murk is an rsync-friendly encryption that runs on the Unix command line. Users can encrypt a file and backup the changes to an untrusted host.
|Tags||Security Cryptography Archiving backup Compression|
Release Notes: This release changes the encryption reset behaviour so that a different IV is used with each section of file. Cygwin is now actively supported. This release is not compatible with the files produced by previous releases.
Release Notes: Decryption has been made easier by putting settings such as the cipher type into the file header. An unattended mode has been added so that encryption can be done by a script with murk reading keys from a file. Performance has been improved when used with Rsync. There is support for bigger block sizes, which is good for large files that have rare or small changes.
Release Notes: Data corruption on decryption was fixed. Installation tests were added. More platforms are supported.
No changes have been submitted for this release.