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  1. Hello, I just downloaded this nice tool today and synced my data between a Win10 desktop and a Linux Desktop working with Ubuntu 14.04.2. They are both running the latest BitTorrent Sync version as I downloaded it just today. After syncing all my data and comparing it, I noticed that there were missing some files and folders. They all had in common that they started with a number because I like to organize my files by date (like: 2015-10-26-example.txt). The folders not syncing were subfolders of the folder syncing. When I added them manually to Sync, the original folder start
  2. First of all, I have enabled debug logging but the debug.txt file only contains "FFFF". The problem: System A has about 100 GB of photos which need to synced with system B. Certain files appear in the "Transfer" tab of BTS yet there is no activity listed under the "UP" or "Down" headings. After several seconds, the file disappears from the list yet no file can be found on system B. Looking deeper, I searched through the sync.txt file and found a peculiar set of entries related to the unsuccessfully synced files (appended below). It seems that any problematic file transfer that shows t
  3. Hi! If I understood the FAQ correctly, the number to a folder is generated completely random (I'm using Linux computers and a Mac). I know it's unlikely, but someone could hit the same number like I did and get my stuff, am I right? Also there is no try limit, so someone could just brute force and generate numbers or iterate until he gets some files. Are those two scenarios possible and is there a plan how to improve this? Maybe a new user has to be allowed by a central device (NAS, optional) before other devices will begin upload to the new user, using certificates or an additional password,