I want to start off this post by saying, “If you are not a software tester, then do not install Librevault“. It is currently in the Alpha stages of development where instability can (and most likely will) occur. Reason I am posting about Librevault is to let readers know, and those with tech backgrounds know, that an open source data synchronization app, designed to keep files the same on different computers over a network, is in the works. Appears; when and if finalized, Librevault will be FREE and will give you an optional and automated way to keep files (backed up) synchronized (via peer-to-peer) across a network (even at home).
What is Librevault?
Librevault is a data synchronization app, designed to keep files same on different computers over the network.
Peer-to-peer file transfer
All data is transferred directly from one device to another without the need to upload them to other servers. You can use Librevault in your local network even if the Internet connection is unavailable.
All file content and filenames are encrypted using an industry-grade AES-256 algorithm.
All transmissions are performed using TLSv1.2
The hash algorithm is SHA-3