BitTorrent Sync creates private, peer-to-peer Dropbox, no cloud required

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BitTorrent today released folder syncing software that replicates files across multiple computers using the same peer-to-peer file sharing technology that powers BitTorrent clients. The free BitTorrent Sync application is labeled as being in the alpha stage, so it’s not necessarily ready for prime-time, but it is publicly available for download and working as advertised on my home network. BitTorrent, Inc. (yes, there is a legitimate company behind BitTorrent ) took to its blog to announce  the move from a pre-alpha, private program to the publicly available alpha. Additions since the private alpha include one-way synchronization, one-time secrets for sharing files with a friend or colleague, and the ability to exclude specific files and directories. Read 13 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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BitTorrent Sync creates private, peer-to-peer Dropbox, no cloud required

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