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  1. Hi, I have setup a read-sync folder on my android, with selective-sync. I have a library of audiobooks, where each folder contains 100-200 wma or mp3 files. When I sync a folder, all audio-book files are downloaded. Bittorrent-sync states that all files are successfully downloaded. When I view the files in an android explorer, size of file looks ok. But when I try to play in VLC, not all files are playable. When i download 100 files, generally 5-10 files are corrupt. I.e. media player cannot read audio-tag information, or play the file. When I "clear" the corrupt files in bittorrent-sync
  2. I have performed the following test: Installed btsync on my desktop and NAS On my PC created folder TestFolder with files a.py and b.py Added this folder to btsync through http://localhost:8888 Copied read-only secret Entered http://nas-ip:8888 in order to add my PC folder to sync (with the read-only secret) Content was synced between my NAS and PC Added, removed and modified files on my PC - changes were applied to NAS (as expected) Removed file (e.g. a.py) from NAS - nothing happened to my PC folder (as expected) I expected the file (a.py) to be sent back to NAS once next sync event was tri
  3. Hello, All over the marketing and the forums, it is stated that Bittorrent Sync uses 256-bit AES encryption, and also nowhere is the cipher mode actually stated. I have information that shows me that Bittorrent Sync is instead, actually (potentially) using 128-bit AES encryption. Whilst this may not be insecure, it shows (provided there isn't something beyond the story) that the Sync team is either not being truthful about the security, or there is a disconnect. The other problem (again, provided there isn't something else beyond the story) is that the cipher mode is ECB, or Electronic Code Bo
  4. Hi, I use BitTorrent Sync in read-only mode. It works almost perfectly (bug with some files, still no resolved) but I'm wondering if it's possible to let the synced files where they are when they are deleted on the other side? Explanation: - I have a Linux server 'A' and a NAS 'B'. - I create a sync on 'A' - I put the read-only secret on 'B' - Files are synced correctly and when I delete a file in 'A', I find this same file in the SyncTrash on 'B'. And I would like to know if it's possible to not move this file in 'B' when I delete it in 'A'. Thank you for your help and excuse me for my bad en