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We cannot trust cloud providers but still want to use their services. We want to be able to easily mount and umount partitioned and encrypted binary files.


  • Configuration file should be named .dropconfig.
  • It should contain the fields bellow.
    "devices": [
            "name": "str",
            "input": "./data",
            "mount_point": "./mount"

  • repository: this field contains a path to where all of the assembled binary files are going to be stored.
  • name: this field contains a name that is going to be used for assembled binary file.
  • input: this field contains where split binary files are located.
  • mount_point: this field contains a path to a folder on which the assemble and decrypted binary file is going to be mounted.

Example usage

$ drop generate-config
$ drop mount name_from_dropconfig
$ drop umount name_from_dropconfig


  • generate-config is going to create a skeleton .dropconfig file that is used by the drop command line.
  • mount is going to mount a devices with name_from_dropconfig on the mount point defined in the .dropconfig.
  • umount is to unmount a device with name_from_dropconfig from the mount point defined in the .dropconfig.

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