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Safe 2 Dec 16
Replying to @marcdeb
thanks Marc
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Safe 2 Dec 16
Replying to @jmcd73
it will!
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Safe 29 Nov 16
Hi all, after a very long hiatus development of Safe 2.0 has continued!
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Safe 11 Jan 16
Replying to @thevillamarfirm
it's a portable app. nothing special to do.
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James McDonald 13 Sep 15
Mac osxfuse/encFS conflicts with VMWare Fusion 7.1.2 so try Safe 1.4
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Safe 6 Aug 15
Replying to @giusecovino @webstas
honestly no progress yet, v2 might be a 2016 thing
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Safe 30 Jun 15
Replying to @webstas
safe is alive
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Safe 24 Jun 15
Replying to @AA6E
yeah something else is causing Safe to stall… not sure if there is specifically a BW cap
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Safe 24 Jun 15
Replying to @AA6E
hmm no, though try checking CPU usage across system when transferring files. you should be able to tease out culprit.
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Safe 24 Jun 15
Replying to @AA6E
thanks for the benchmark. yes webdav is likely bottleneck but windows VFS can surprise. next version will use SMB instead.
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Safe 25 Feb 15
Replying to @faisyl
Why not? If you've got an old mac, chances are your hard disk IO takes up way more time than the FileVault overhead.
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Safe 21 Feb 15
Replying to @giusecovino
i hope more people use it!
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Safe 19 Feb 15
don't think is a fan. it reuses IVs, thus leaks repeated info on a versioned FS (like Dropbox), secure otherwise
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Safe 15 Feb 15
Replying to @marcdeb
yes, i am aware but thanks for the reminder!
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Safe 10 Feb 15
Replying to @boboX
there are plans to fix this but motivation has been slim given the interest level
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Safe 10 Feb 15
Replying to @boboX
if you open() a new file, write(), close(), rename(), there's no IV reuse. most programs save this way, so it's mostly 100% secure.
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Safe 10 Feb 15
Replying to @boboX
yes, safe is secure outside of reusing IVs for a single file instance => storage can tell when you rewrite a file with the same data.
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Safe 10 Feb 15
Replying to @boboX
Your guess is as good as mine! Nobody ever cared about it :'(
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Safe 12 Jan 15
Replying to @marcdeb
awesome! if i had to guess, it's probably some minor error deep in
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Safe 12 Jan 15
Replying to @marcdeb
Would love to make this work right now but have limited time. It's free software so perhaps there is someone you know who can fix?
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