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April 12, 2013
9:06 AM
Jeanjean
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“There are a ton of online syncing and storage services, but not all of them locally encrypt your data for higher security. Just out of limited beta, Tresorit is a new Dropbox alternative with client-side encryption. The company offers 5GB of free space, but for a limited time Lifehacker readers can grab 50GB free for life.

Tresorit’s biggest selling point is the strong security. Your files and folders are encrypted before they’re uploaded to the cloud.

Files are encrypted with AES-256 before being uploaded to the cloud. Additional security is provided before upload by HMAC message authentication codes applied on SHA-512 hashes. Encrypted files are uploaded to the cloud using TLS-protected channels.”

If you want to try it out, you’ll need to register via the link below to get the 50 gigs free. This offer is good until May 20.

https://register.tresorit.com/download?mode=1&promotion=lifehacker1295iu

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April 12, 2013
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I’m wondering whether there is an option in this service to shuffle certain files off “to the cloud” without encrypting them so, for example, they could be easily shared.  Anyone knowing for sure about this please sound off.

 

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