Git is open source, check 1.

One thing, git is not a backup system. But I think there are some tools
that use git to make backup systems.

[1] http://git-scm.com/about/free-and-open-source


2014-07-01 4:16 GMT-03:00 K.V. Lakshmi <lakshmiau...@gmail.com>:

>
> Hi...
> I am working with a private organisation and want to use a revision
> control software to keep back-up for all our projects in a distributed
> configuration. As my company is a private, so I have to keep all projects
> as highly confidential.
>
> Can I download and use GIT open source for this purpose. Or do I have to
> buy GIT to keep my projects confidential. I need a revision control system
> to run in 10 to 15 work station. There is no need of any web base sharing.
>
> Please, help me in this regard as quickly as possible.
>
> Regards
> Lakshmi KV
>
>
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