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Old 13th December 2011, 07:46 PM
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Store encrypted files in wuala.com

Hi,
I am looking for a way for the online storage service Wuala encrypts files uploaded my store as easy as possible.

What I've done so far, the files via tar command to an archive should be packed together, with gpg to encrypt and then upload. This is obviously not very practical. Are there any tools ready for the KDE desktop?
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