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Spideroak

Spideroak

SpiderOak is an online backup tool for Linux users to back up, share, sync, access and store their data using an off-site server. It is an advanced automated offsite backup system with a "Zero Knowledge" approach to encryption and privacy. This means that Spideroak does not know anything about the data that you store on their service -- not even your folder or filenames.

SpiderOak allows the user to backup any given folder of a computer.

SpiderOak uses encrypted cloud storage and client-side encryption key creation, so even employees of SpiderOak cannot access users' information, this is the 'zero-knowledge' data encryption.

 Spideroak

Free Service
Free Account - 2GB of online space

Paid for Service
Plus (+) Acount - $10 per month per 100GB increment
Developer
The SpiderOak Team

Website
www.spideroak.com

System Requirements

Support:
Support, FAQ, Twitter

Selected Reviews:
Computer Shopper, Gear Diary, Freelance Switch

Features include:

  • Backup, Sync, Share, Access & Storage
  • All data accessible in one de-duplicated location
  • Configurable multi-platform synchronization
  • Preserve all historical versions & deleted files
  • Share folders instantly in web ShareRooms with RSS
  • Retrieve files from any internet-connected device
  • Comprehensive 'zero-knowledge' data encryption
  • 10-15 Times Faster than traditional backup solutions
  • Add any number of computers for no additional cost
  • Layered approach to encryption, using a combination of 2048 bit RSA and 256-bit AES
  • Command line operation is available
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliant
  • No bandwith limits
  • Supports connections through an HTTP proxy server
  • Android app available

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