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This is not so much as a Python question though I will implement it in
it.

I am looking to securely aggregate documents based on a metadata from
multiple providers. I am getting the feeling that I am reinventing the
wheel. If anyone knows similar work elsewhere, please point me to it.

Security and simplicity (is it possible to use the two in the same
sentence? :-) ) of the protocol is king. I have the luxury of
implementing any protocol I choose on each reposity.

Thanks,
James

Jul 18 '05 #1
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You may want to take a look at www.websafe.com. If I can be so
bold (since I'm one of the developers), we belive it is both simple
and secure. We provide web, WebDAV, and HTTPS interfaces (I can
provide you with sample Python code). At-rest encryption is AES.
It is a hosted ASP-type application with annual subscriptions.

Larry Bates

James wrote:
This is not so much as a Python question though I will implement it in
it.

I am looking to securely aggregate documents based on a metadata from
multiple providers. I am getting the feeling that I am reinventing the
wheel. If anyone knows similar work elsewhere, please point me to it.

Security and simplicity (is it possible to use the two in the same
sentence? :-) ) of the protocol is king. I have the luxury of
implementing any protocol I choose on each reposity.

Thanks,
James

Jul 18 '05 #2

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