Syncrypt is a fully encrypted file storage service for groups and private backups. This is the client that you can use to store and retrieve files. The client will also do all encryption.
The source code for this client is released under the GNU General Public License
Version 3. For more information have a look at the
LICENSE file in this
directory. Additional information on the GNU GPLv3 can be found here:
Option 1: Install from PyPI (requires Python 3.6+)
pip install syncrypt
This requires the
snappy-c library in order to build the
python-snappy dependency. In Ubuntu,
you can install it with the APT package
libsnappy-dev. In OS X, you can
install it with
brew install snappy.
Option 2: Download one of the packages on our releases page.
Option 3: Install latest development version from source:
pip install git+https://github.com/syncrypt/client
Let's get started
syncrypt executable is the command line interface for Syncrypt. You
can login to syncrypt so that you won't have to enter your login for every
command you issue.
This will ask for the email and the password of your Syncrypt account. If you do not have an account yet, please sign up for our closed alpha mailing list and we will send you an invite.
You can now initialize an arbitary directory as a vault. Simply change into
this directory using
cd and call:
After you've set up the directory, you can push all of its contents by typing:
For an extensive description of syncrypt commands, please see the client manual.
- Syncrypt Alpha Signup
- Syncrypt Encryption
- Syncrypt CLI Manual
- Syncrypt Daemon
- A guide through the Syncrypt client source code
Install test requirements:
bin/pip install -e '.[test]'
Run all tests:
Currently there is no public syncrypt instance that you can run your test against, so you can limit the tests to those not requiring a test server instance:
bin/py.test -m 'not requires_server'
Setup in virtualenv for development:
virtualenv . bin/pip install -e '.[dev]'
Make Syncrypt distribution package for the current platform:
bin/pip install -e '.[dist]' bin/python setup.py dist