We can all agree that Box is an awesome piece of software. 👍 When I started coding FileAgo, I was not sure what kind of permission model to implement. I read through some of the articles on how Box implemented it and then went on to build a similar permission model for FileAgo. Box’s waterfall permission model was intriguing to say the least. What I ended up with in FileAgo was an entirely different (and a far more superior) implementation of waterfall permission model.Read more >
Hi 👋 I am glad to announce the release of FileAgo v1.1.0. 😊 Support for AES256 encryption File encryption at rest was one of the features that I received from users over the past month. Starting with the latest version, FileAgo automatically encrypts files using the military grade AES-256-GCM encryption and stores the encrypted version of the file to disk. A unique encryption key is used to encrypt each file, and the combination of encryption key and IV (initialization vector) is only used once.Read more >
Today we will discuss the core concepts of
FileAgo 😎 . In a nutshell, FileAgo is just like any other file management software, but in order to fully utilize its potential, it is essential that the user understands the core concepts and thought process behind it.
Welcome to the FileAgo blog!
Here you will find all the information about FileAgo - a file storage and collaboration platform built for teams and companies.
I began coding FileAgo on July 1, 2017. It has been over a year now, and I am very happy and proud of what I have achieved with this software so far. The desire to build a file storage solution was there inside me for a few years already, and it was as if the universe was leading me and I was merely following all the way along.Read more >