I read about the C14 cli, it could be a great tool, but in my case only if I can give write only credentials.
If I want to use C14 to archive important data, and schedule the backup from the backuped server, I don’t want it to be able to delete these archives. If it can open an archive, it’s possible to rsync /dev/null/ on it and erase all the archived data.
So a write only credential would be a really nice feature (create then write then archive).
A better feature would be a write only account
- I buy a 1 year container
- I push archives in it, then all the data are recoverable but no more writable
- after 1 year the container is deleted by online, but my account can’t delete anything
With such a feature, each 3 month I buy a new 1 year container and push everything on it. In such scenario, my data are safe even in the case my online account is compromised or a server with credentials is compromised. It’s for me the only way to have a « safe archive ».