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Data Storage Encryption Operating Systems Security Networking BSD Hardware

Encrypted Fileserver with Bittorrent Web Interface 266

Posted by timothy
from the freenetesque dept.
mistermark writes "I built a fully encrypted (samba) fileserver with a web interface for managing torrent downloads on it. All I used is OpenBSD 3.6 and its package collection, except for the TorrentFlux-interface (which you need to install separately). Anyway, it can be built using binary packages only. I included a rough HOWTO on how to make one of these yourself."
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