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This is the current script that backups the PCGamgingWiki (My other projet), I'm posting it here since I never found another script like it across the internet. Its very simple, uses a RSA 4096bit Key, keep the public key on the server, and keep the private key in a safe place :) in short, its a Encrypted Backup Script / System

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cd /backup
mysqldump --all-databases -u root --password='##PASSWORD##' > /backup/pcgamingwiki-main-database.sql
apt-get clean
apt-get -y autoremove
apt-get clean
cd /backup
NOW=$(date +"%F")
7za a $ARCHIVE -y /var/www /backup/pcgamingwiki-main-database.sql /home /etc/nginx /etc/cherokee
echo "1) openssl rsautl -in aes-key.ssl -out aes-key -decrypt -inkey /backup/private.pem" > backuptips.txt
echo "2) openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -salt -in sz-backup-2011-10-31.7z.aes256 -out sz-backup-2011-10-31.7z  -pass file:/backup/temp/aes-key" >>  backuptips.txt
wget '' -O aes-key
openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -salt -in $ARCHIVE -out $ENCRYPT  -pass file:/backup/aes-key
openssl rsautl -encrypt -inkey public.key -pubin -in aes-key -out aes-key.ssl
par2 c -v aes-key.ssl aes-key.ssl
shred -u $ARCHIVE
dd if=/dev/urandom of=/backup/aes-key bs=10 count=500
dd if=/dev/urandom of=/backup/aes-key bs=10 count=500
shred -u aes-key
echo "==================================" >> ./backuptips.txt
sha512sum /backup/* >> ./backuptips.txt
zip $ *.par2 aes-key.ssl ./$ENCRYPT ./backuptips.txt
shred -u ./backuptips.txt
shred -u *.par2
shred -u $ENCRYPT
shred -u *.ssl
shred -u /backup/pcgamingwiki-main-database.sql
cp -f $ /backup/store/$
shred -u $
chmod 555 /backup/store/$
find /backup/store/*.zip -mtime +10 -exec chmod 777 {} \;
find /backup/store/*.zip -mtime +10 -exec rm -vf {} \;
php /var/www/maintenance/dumpBackup.php --full --output=bzip2:/var/www/dumps/pcgwiki-full-xml-$NOW.bz2
find /var/www/dumps/*.bz2 -mtime +10 -exec chmod 777 {} \;
find /var/www/dumps/*.bz2 -mtime +10 -exec rm -vf {} \;