Can we encrypt copied files on target machine?

Bennett Todd bet at
Thu Oct 11 06:44:58 EST 2001

How about using something like the Cryptographic File System (CFS),
where the files are stored encrypted locally, and the encryption is
confined to blocks. This is done to make the encrypted files
random-addressable in the CFS implementation, but a consequence it
seems to me is that at least some changes might still rsync

Or maybe you'd be better off using CFS to a mirrored drive, where
one half of the mirror is a network block device provided from the
far end.

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