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Why switch to Tresorit from SpiderOak?
While SpiderOak only secures their desktop apps, Tresorit offers end-to-end encryption and zero-knowledge privacy on all devices and your web browser. Proven by more than 1000 hackers who tried to break our encryption for a bounty of $50,000. No one succeeded.
Google Drive Alternatives: 10 Best Cloud Storage Services
Not only that Tresorit also follows Zero-knowledge authentication. That’s just a fancy way of saying that your service provider (Tresorit, in this case) does not save any of the passwords and encryption keys, making it impossible for anyone, even the workers at Tresorit, to access your file. Needless to say, the service is pretty secure and your data is safe in their hands....
The quest for a more secure Dropbox alternative
Tresorit’s powerful combination of user-friendliness and security makes the service about as close to perfect as you can get. An encrypted folder on the server is called “Tresor,” and Tresorit recommends creating several Tresor folders for various purposes and user groups. Each one can be synchronized with any folder on a computer as well as designated for shared access with...
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Alternative products to Tresorit 3.0
Tresorit Send is an ultra-secure, end-to-end encrypted large file sharing solution. Replace risky email attachments with secure links. Tresorit Send makes large file sending quick and easy. Simply drag-and-drop any kind of files up to 5GB to upload them and share the received link.
Google Drive is not for everyone, so try these alternatives
Wuala Wuala was once an independent cloud storage provider, but it was acquired by the hard drive vendor LaCie, and the product is included with some of the company's drives now. Wuala has a unique proposition, though: Its data is all hosted in Germany, Switzerland, and France, where privacy regulations are stricter; it would be, theoretically, harder for a government to get...