Users can send each other files in encrypted form, all data is stored in the cloud.
Keys access files are not published in open access, and are distributed according to the scheme of Friend-to-Friend, between trusting each other users.
Storage up to 50 GB for free accounts (paid extension from 500 GB to 4 TB)
Encryption of all data on the client side using AES algorithm
The web interface is as follows:
The interface is very easy and intuitive.
The main difference from the rest is encryption on the client side.
That is, after downloading the file to the cloud, it is encrypted. And to share a file with others, we need to give the key to its decipherment.
For example, we want to share a link to the file, we will be shown the window:
If we copy the file with the key, then the person will simply download the file as with other cloud services.
But, if we choose without a key:
copy and give a link to this file to someone.
When the user opens the link without the key, will receive the following message:
Thus, without the decryption key to access the file will not.
Now consider the synchronization program Mega for Linux .
If you click on the tray icon opens a very informative pop-up window:
In the settings you can:
to see a detailed details of where will be given information about the number of files in directories
on the tab "Sync" an excellent choice of directory synchronization
on the tab "Advanced" you can assign exceptions, already included popular
Installation into Linux Mint:
To install software in Linux Mint Mega, you need to go to the official site at the link https://mega.co.nz/#sync
On the download page, select the version of your distribution and architecture of your system 32 bit or 64 bit and click download
Double click on the downloaded DEB file and install the program.
Also on the download page you can get plugins for FireFox or Chrome.
Remove from Linux Mint:
sudo apt-get remove --purge megasync