Cryptomator

Cryptomator

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The major cloud storage services like Google Drive and iCloud are easy to use and economical, but they all keep a copy of your account's encryption keys, which isn't good for your digital privacy. You have two alternatives: Go with a more secure service altogether, like SpiderOak or pCloud, or get an app that can add an additional layer of encryption before you move your files online. Cryptomator is in the second category, and best of all, it's free. But is it a hassle to work with?

It's completely free and open: Cryptomator is an open-source product whose developer relies on donations for income. There are no ads nor collection of your personal info. Because the source code is publicly available, technical users can examine it themselves on GitHub for potential security or privacy issues. Its creator Skymatic is a reputable company based in Germany, and the employees all have real names and faces on the company website.

When you're dealing with the security of potentially sensitive data, it's important to be able to trust the software that's interacting with it, and this company's approach should satisfy most people on that score.


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  • GENERAL
    • PublisherTobias Hagemann
    • Publisher websitehttp://toopassword.com/
    • Release DateJan 27, 2017
    • Date AddedOct 04, 2018
    • Version1.2.3
  • OPERATING SYSTEMS
    • Additional Requirements

      Windows Vista/7/8/10

  • DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
    • File Size52.29 MB
    • File Namecryptomator-1.2.3-x86.exe
  • PRICING
    • Limitations

      Free

    • PriceFree

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