Synchronization of Locally Encrypted Data Among Devices.

What is Soledad?

Soledad is a client library and a server daemon that together allow applications to securely share a common state among devices. It is LEAP’s solution for mail delivery and for synchronizing client-encrypted data among a user’s devices that access an account in a LEAP provider.

Soledad is cross-platform, open source, scalable, and features a highly efficient synchronization algorithm. The Client and Server are written in Python using Twisted. Source code is available at 0xacab and is licensed under the GPLv3. Client and server are packaged together and distributed in pypi. Debian packages are also provided for the server-side component.

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