BitTorrent Sync's new API uses "encryption secrets"

11/5/2013 | VentureBeat

BitTorrent Sync is offering an application programming interface to third-party developers, "allowing them to sync individual files, sync files seamlessly without users having to manually select and request syncing, and even built a private, encrypted datastore," John Koetsier writes. The API will use what the company calls "encryption secrets" that "make it possible to store an encrypted copy of all your folders on a remote server, so you can build a private cloud," according to the company.

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