What is the problem you are having with rclone?
I have one question regarding rclone security when using hubic storage.
I didn't find an exact answer after doing some searching in rclone doc and forum, in the offical hubic doc, or by using the -vv (super verbose) parameter.
I installed rclone 1.52.0 on Windows 10. I setup an hubic connection with default options and autoconfigure as indicated in the rclone doc. It's working fine and I'm able to manage my remote storage.
Now I have some basic question regarding security of the connection in order to avoid a "man in the middle" interception.
1- When rclone first requested the hubic token, was the connection secured (for ex tls, https or ssh) from beginning to end ? It seems to be the case since the URL used in browser to grant access to hubic was in https; but Firefox told me that some part of the page were not protected by https so I'm not 100% sure.
2- When rclone connects to hubic and sends its credentials, is the connection also secured ? Or are the credentials sent in visible format ?
3- When rclone is sending files to hubic, is the connection also encrypted as it is when using the official hubic client ? Or should I add a protected tunnel (such as ssh) by myself ?
Many thanks for your answer.
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Which OS you are using and how many bits (eg Windows 7, 64 bit)
Windows 10 64 bit
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