Basically this all started with me looking for a free or opensourced sync alternative verse the common unix rsync. My goals was a encrypted sync program , & to sync a few directory between a few hosts. I wanted a way to keep my music files sync between a few handful of devices. At the same time, it needed to be so simple that my parents could figure it out.
I end up using the bitorrent sync application due to ease , simplicity & the availability across a multiple of platforms.
The applications has various methods for controlling keys and the uses of external relay servers. The mobile application has power-savings and auto-sync setting.
( android )
The sync program gives simple status updates when a sync operation is underway. Any changes within the files in the added-sync folder, will kick-off a syncing event between peers with the same key.
The following link explains how this program works and about the key structure.
BitTorrent is not a bad thing & if used correctly.
NSE ( Network Security Expert) and Route/Switching Engineer.
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