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CryptSync is a free application that synchronized the data contained in two folders while encrypting one of them. In other words, the two folders will contain the same data, but one is encrypted and the other one is not.

CryptSync is particularly useful when you use it along with cloud storage tools such as Dropbox and SkyDrive. With CryptSync you can ensure that all the files you store in the cloud are encrypted. So if your account gets hacked your data is encrypted as an extra protection measure.

CryptSync can sync multiple pairs of folders and it uses 7-ZIP encryption, which also compresses the data. To ensure no private information is revealed you can also choose the option of encrypting the filenames.

CryptSync is a handy and reliable application designed to synchronize two folders, while encrypting the contents in one of them.

The encryption is performed always on the older folder, meaning that the newer one contains unencrypted files. This is especially useful when working with applications such as SkyDrive, Google Drive or DropBox.

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    Jan 31, 2017
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