The Save File Me is a free open-source zero-knowledge encrypted backup client for your data. It is absolutely free of charge, if you want keep your files no more than 3 days. After a three-day period expires, your file will be automatically deleted.
You can also save all your files for a maximum period up to 30 days. In this case an annual subscription fee in the amount of $0.99 per month will be charged.

Why so cheap?

The Save File Me allows users to upload files up to 2 GiB in size. The channel capacity (bandwidth) is up to 100 Mibit per second in speed with maximum two client's connections simultaneously. The actual upload and download speed depends on the service utilisation and can vary.
The cost of our cloud storage is less than $0.004 per gigabyte per month at the moment. So you can easily upload 250 gigabytes per month without any problem. But, of course, not all of our subscribers consume that quota every day, so the Save File Me dynamically redistribute free space in real time. The Save File Me will not ban you, but can limit your client upload speed for fair storage distribution if needed.


The Save File Me client encrypts and authenticates all your data by means of AES and Galois/Counter Mode (GCM).
We also encrypt your data on the server, so your data will be encrypted twice.


In order to install the pre-compiled binary, you have to download the appropriate package for your system. The Save File Me is currently packaged as a tar.gz file. Once the tar.gz is downloaded, untar it into any directory. Everything you need to run the Save File Me is inside the savefileme binary. You do not need any additional files to run the Save File Me.
Copy the binary to any place you like in your system. If you intend to access it from the command-line, make sure to place it somewhere in your PATH.

Linux 2.6.23 or later, Intel 64-bit processor


Apple macOS 10.10 or later, Intel 64-bit processor


FreeBSD 10.3 or later, Intel 64-bit processor


Microsoft Windows 7 or later, Intel 64-bit processor



# backup file
savefileme put name
# download file
savefileme get name

# backup folder "on fly"
tar cz folder | \
savefileme put -s folder.tar.gz
# download folder
savefileme get folder.tar.gz