SafeHaven provides a new approach to backup. The basic idea is to store contents away once and forever. No two copies of the same contents will be saved by SafeHaven unless they are presented in two different formats, and even then, SafeHaven attempts to be as smart as possible, and will recognize the most common formats, including compressed files, archives, and ISO image files.
PBZIP2 is a parallel implementation of the bzip2 block-sorting file compressor that uses pthreads and achieves near-linear speedup on SMP machines. The output of this version is fully compatible with bzip2 1.0.2 or newer (ie: anything compressed with PBZIP2 can be decompressed with bzip2).
GNU cpio copies files into or out of a cpio or tar archive. The archive can be another file on the disk, a magnetic tape, or a pipe. GNU cpio supports the following archive formats: binary, old ASCII, new ASCII, crc, HPUX binary, HPUX old ASCII, old tar, and POSIX.1 tar. The tar format is provided for compatability with the tar program. By default, cpio creates binary format archives, for compatibility with older cpio programs. When extracting from archives, cpio automatically recognizes which kind of archive it is reading and can read archives created on machines with a different byte-order.
Neembuu Uploader is an application that uploads files simultaneously to multiple file hosts and lets you manage the download and delete URLs. Currently 12 major hosts are supported. Users can simply drag and drop any number of files to upload. The maximum number of simultaneous uploads can be set. The links of uploaded files can be copyied and exported. Queued links can be saved on exit for uploading later. Users can change the order of uploads.
Cromfs is a compressed read-only filesystem for Linux. Cromfs is best at archiving gigabytes of big files that have a lot of redundancy. It aims primarily at achieving a strong compression, even at the cost of memory and CPU time resources. It uses the LZMA compression algorithm from 7-zip and block merging.