Personal Backup Version 6.0

© 2001 − 2019, Dr. J. Rathlev


Dr. Juergen Rathlev
24222 Schwentinental, Germany
E-Mail: pb(a)


The program was written using Embarcadero Delphi 10 Seattle ®.
Data compression uses the ZLib routines by Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler
    ©1995-2005 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler -
The routines for filtering using regular expressions were written by Andrey V. Sorokin
   ©1999-2004 Andrey V. Sorokin -
Encryption is carried out using the routines written by Brian Gladman.
    © 2002, Dr. Brian Gladman -
FTP and mail components are from the Indy 10 package.
    © 1993 - 2015, Chad Z. Hower (Kudzu) and the Indy Pit Crew -
This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit
   © 1998-2017 The OpenSSL Project -
The patches for Indy OpenSSL (Version 1.0.2) are supplied by Frederik Winkelsdorf
   © 2015-2018 Frederik Winkelsdorf - see Indy archive
The multilingual environment uses GnuGetText for Delphi by Lars B. Dybdahl (more infos)
   © 2005, Lars B. Dybdahl and others - GNU GetText for Delphi Toolkit on SourceForge
Program installation is performed using Inno Setup by Jordan Russell
   © 1997-2016 Jordan Russell -
Proofreading of the English program GUI texts and help files by Jim Scharfenberg Jones



There is no warranty for correct operation of the program and results. The author is not liable for any damage to hardware and software arising out of the use of the program. This applies also to those parts of the program not written by the author (see above).


1. Using the program
The program may be used by anyone in any way, for any purpose, free of charge.

2. Distributing the program
The program may be distributed by any means, provided that the original files as supplied by the author remain intact and no charge is made other than for reasonable distribution costs. The program may not be distributed as a component of any commercial product without a prior license agreement with the author.

J. Rathlev, 24222 Schwentinental, Germany, January 2019