Backup Dwarf 3 does encrypted backups to OneDrive, Google Drive and Mega.nz clouds keeping your files secure and secret.
Available in Windows® Store
Backup Dwarf 3 is available from the Windows Store which means whenever there is a new version of Backup Dwarf released you will get it in the background, so no manual upgrades are necessary.
The backup archives are encrypted before they are sent to the cloud storage meaning only you have access to your data. The password for the archives are only known to you. Also the transmission to the cloud is through the encrypted channel. Nobody has no access to your files.
Standard ZIP format
Backup files are stored in standard ZIP archives that can be extracted on any PC. ZIP format is a well known and established compression storage used by millions users around the world.
Full or Incremental
Backups are performed everyday at the time you setup and can be either Full or Incremental. Full backups will always backup all your files while Incremental backups will only store the files modified since the previous backup execution saving your cloud storage.
Cloud vs. Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Cloud storage cannot be physically stolen and you have access to your backups from anywhere, not only from your home or work. It is also stored in multiple locations around the world making sure your data is never lost. Backup Dwarf supports also NAS as a target.
All archives are using the strongest AES-256 encryption and the password you choose is forced to be a strong one.
Windows 10 support statement
Backup Dwarf is supported by KRKsoft on the following editions of Windows 10 – Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Education, and Windows 10 Enterprise. Backup Dwarf is supported on the in-market supported servicing branches of Windows 10 including - Current Branch, Current Branch for Business and the following Long-Term Servicing branch - Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB.
Currently OneDrive, Google Drive and Mega.nz clouds are supported. Google Drive and OneDrive are offering free 15GB storage for your data, while Mega.nz offers 50GB of free backup storage. Also any accessible local folder can be used to store backups so Network Attached Storage (NAS) is also supported.