On 28 May 2012 07:39, Peter Reutemann <fracpete(a)waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
"One of Duplicity's features is that can
encrypt backups. In fact,
that's the default. You'll need a Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG) key to use
Personally, I use "grsync" (graphical frontend to rsync; for mp3s and
photos) and "sbackup" (for all other files) to back up our computers
onto an (encrypted) external drive.
I use duplicity. Makes me safe knowing my VPS provider cannot read my
files. Make sure you have your GPG backed up as well, since if your PC
gets stolen or HDD crashes, you'll need it to decrypt the files.