CloudBerry backup 5.6 packs a number of new features and improvements, among which is the highly-requested support for encryption and compression for Google Drive and Amazon Cloud Drive. Read on to learn how to enable the novelty in the latest edition of CloudBerry Backup. Continue reading →
This week everybody is talking about the hacking of Dropbox, the popular online storage service that has over 200 million users and keeps anything from private photos to sensitive documents. Malefactors have stolen almost 70 million account details including email addresses and protected passwords. Continue reading →
This article refers to CloudBerry Box 1.4 and later.
We continue to enhance our new product - CloudBerry Box! Now you can not only synchronize your folders with your own storage account, but be sure that your data is compressed and encrypted. Read this post to learn how to use these new features.
As always we are adding features that our customers are requesting or newly introduced by cloud storage service providers. This time we decided to add new PowerShell command that will help to set a custom encryption key for Server Side Encryption (SSE-C) provided by Amazon S3.
For higher security AWS Import/Export offers TrueCrypt data encryption for import and export to/from Amazon S3.
When setting up an Import job, you can encrypt your device with TrueCrypt prior sending it to AWS service. You will need to specify your TrueCrypt password on the Backup Plan wizard for Import job.
When setting up an Export job, you need to specify TrueCrypt password to allow AWS service to encrypt your data. This is a required option for Export job.
AWS Import/Export with TrueCrypt and CloudBerry Products
With CloudBerry Backup and Explorer releases 3.8 we have added an ability to work with disks being encrypted by TrueCrypt. For this purpose you should specify the TrueCrypt password when you create an Import or export Job with CloudBerry Explorer or make an initial backup with AWS Import option in CloudBerry Backup.
CloudBerry Backup now has expanded the FTP and SFTP backup features with an ability to compress and encrypt data. These useful features allow you to raise a security level and reduce an amount of disc space that is required for data storage.
In our previous posts you could’ve learned about the backup to FTP and backup to SFTP features. Now we’ve added just one step to the backup plan setup procedure – a screen where you can specify compression and encryption options for your FTP or SFTP backup plan. Continue reading →