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Amanda or OpenSSL will encrypt your sensitive data...
There are a couple of good open source tools that will do encryption nicely. Probably the best one is OpenSSL, which supports a wide range of ciphers and is very easy to add into existing backup scripts. Quite simply, the command:
 read more | score:7583 | -Ray, March 1, 2007
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