We’ve just added a MAJOR feature to Syncplify.me MFT! (not abailable in the Alpha-1 download yet, it’ll be in Alpha-2): OTFE, which is short for on-the-fly-encryption.
Basically, when OTFE is enabled, Syncplify.me MFT! encrypts files as they are uploaded to a remote file server (SFTP, FTP, S3, whatever, …) and decrypts them as they are downloaded back to the local machine.
This encryption/decryption happens on-the-fly, directly on the uploaded/downloaded data stream, so it doesn’t need to use temporary files on your disk; the entire process is very memory-friendly, because it encrypts/decrypts small buffers as they are transferred. Continue reading