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Ederon
Posted: Friday, February 21, 2014 3:59:29 PM
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I guess many of you are using one of pupular cloud storage solutions as Dropbox, Box.com, Google Drive or SkyDrive, etc (or more of them). Depending on what you use it for, you might consider data stored there in jeopardy. I've found myslef in such position. Sure, not everything I share between my devices this way is sensitive data, but there happens to be something that's beyond this scope. So I searched for solution. And found it in Boxcryptor.

It's program installed on your device (be it PC, mbile phone or tablet), which encrypts everything you send to the cloud before it "up there", beyond your control. And the other way around, when you get your encrypted data back.

It's free as long as you choose one provider for secure transfer and no more then 2 devices. If you want more, you need either pay for one of the plans, or get referrals (this one works to get more devices then 2).

I'm in need to get another device (now I have it on my phone and tablet, but I need one more for the PC). Thus if you find it useful for you, please use link I provide below to register, so I get the referral and possible additional device. I may choose paid plan on day, but there's no need for that so far. I rather use manpower of my fellow past or future allies/foes. Sergeant

https://www.boxcryptor.com/app/referral/?code=epfGm3WOaFVDt1Xb

I appreciate your help Thumbs Up

Daniel
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