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BoxCryptor Cloud Encryption App & Software Installation & Review
 
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In this video review we look at BoxCryptor local encryption software for cloud services like OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, etc. This software encrypts locally before sending your files to these services for added security of your personal photos and documents. Download here: https://www.boxcryptor.com/en
Views: 4448 DASGeek
How to Setup Encryption With All Cloud Storage Providers
 
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This video was created with Amazon Cloud Drive in mind, but will work with all of the major storage providers. The software used in this video is: http://odrive.com http://boxcryptor.com
Views: 12178 Technology Screencasts
BoxCryptor - Secure Your Data in the Cloud
 
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Video Narration. Original article, related links, and moderated comments: https://askleo.com/5722 Visit https://askleo.com for more questions and answers about technology and making technology work for you. Subscribe to The Ask Leo! Newsletter: https://newsletter.askleo.com Support Ask Leo! ! https://go.askleo.com/patron All the ways to stay in touch with Ask Leo! - https://askleo.com/all-the-different-ways-to-get-ask-leo/
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End-to-End-Encryption with Boxcryptor
 
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Boxcryptor is an easy-to-use cloud encryption software Made in Germany. It allows the secure use of cloud storage services without interrupting your usual workflow. Boxcryptor supports more than 20 cloud providers such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, or iCloud Drive as well as all clouds that use the WebDAV protocol (such as ownCloud). Boxcryptor encrypts your files client-side on zero knowledge basis, before they are synchronized to the cloud. You can enjoy peace of mind, knowing that no one but you can access your data. This is how it works: Boxcryptor creates a virtual drive on your computer that allows you to encrypt your files locally before uploading them to your clouds of choice. Users can encrypt individual files or folders. Any file dropped into an encrypted folder within the Boxcryptor drive will be encrypted automatically before it is synced to the cloud. To protect your files, Boxcryptor uses the AES-256 and RSA-4096 encryption algorithms.
Views: 1339 Boxcryptor
Cloud Storage Security with BoxCryptor
 
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If you think your files are secure in the cloud. Think again! Probably you're using Dropbox and don't encrypt your files. In this video we'll have a look at how you can securely store and manage your files in the cloud with Boxcryptor. Article to the video: http://www.cloudwards.net/how-to-encrypt-your-data-for-cloud-storage/ Cloud storage comparison chart: http://www.cloudwards.net/comparison/
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Best Free Encryption Software 2018-2019 | Encrypt Your Files, Harddrives, Emails
 
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Boxcryptor Video: How it works
 
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This video shows you how easy it is to secure your files in the cloud and encrypt them with Boxcryptor. More information can be found on http://www.boxcryptor.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 207710 Boxcryptor
Secure encryption for windows PC or cloud storage with Free AxCrypt
 
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AxCrypt is a free open source windows software that can lock and unlock your Windows files using strong encryption. It integrates seamlessly with Windows to compress, encrypt, decrypt, store, send and work with individual files. Files can be renamed to random characters quickly, and reverted back to their original filenames. Secure way to use a cloud storage service is to encrypt your files before they leave your computer. You can download it from http://www.axantum.com/axcrypt/ where you can find more detailed information on it. AxCrypt is free for all to use, Donations are always appreciated - for info visit http://www.axantum.com/AxCrypt/Donate.html. [Backup first before installing and using and ensure you are confident in its features to be safe] http://www.axantum.com/axcrypt/ http://www.ico.gov.uk/for_the_public/topic_specific_guides/online/cloud_computing.aspx https://www.getsafeonline.org/businesses/cloud-computing/ Only constructive, positive feedback welcome!
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Boxcryptor - Encrypt Cloud Services With Complete Automation
 
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Hello hey you there great so listen me up now this video is about the easiest way to encrypt your cloud services yup yuppy like Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox many more so if you really want the real privacy on your cloud accounts/services then this is the best way to go for now you can easily encrypt all your files and folders with complete automation so for more just watch the video because I'm making you bored with weirdo text. • Subscribe Me: http://sohaibilyas.com/subscribe • Facebook: http://sohaibilyas.com/facebook • Twitter: http://sohaibilyas.com/twitter • Website: http://sohaibilyas.com
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Sebastian Stenzel, Tobias Hagemann: Cloud Storage Encryption with Cryptomator
 
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https://media.ccc.de/browse/conferences/froscon/2015/froscon2015-1511-cloud_storage_encryption_with_cryptomator.html Cryptomator is the first ever open source application specifically developed to transparently encrypt files before they are sync'ed with your personal cloud storage space. Sebastian Stenzel, Tobias Hagemann
Boxcryptor Video: How to share secure access
 
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This video explains how to share secure access to encrypted files with Boxcryptor. More information can be found on http://www.boxcryptor.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 42099 Boxcryptor
Cryptomator Tutorial: Get Started
 
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In this video, we show you how to create your first vault with Cryptomator. From now on, your files are securely stored in any cloud storage. https://cryptomator.org/ https://github.com/cryptomator/cryptomator https://twitter.com/Cryptomator https://facebook.com/Cryptomator
Views: 18981 Cryptomator
SET COMM - Using Boxcryptor Cloud Encryption
 
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Learn the benefits of Boxcryptor Cloud Encryption and how to use it to protect your files and folders online. It works with all the top cloud storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft Onedrive!
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Boxcryptor - encryption software for Dropbox
 
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Boxcryptor is an encryption software optimized for Coud Storage - esp. Dropbox. Boxcryptor is the ideal solution for those who want to enjoy the benefits and comforts of cloud storage without worrying about privacy and security. Visit http://www.boxcryptor.com and find out how we make it possible for you to secure your files in your cloud storage for free. Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 70576 Boxcryptor
Encrypted File System for Windows 7
 
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This video demonstrates how to use EncFS (Encrypted File System) on Windows 7. EncFS has been widely used by Linux operating systems, such as Ubuntu. Thanks to some amazing programers, Windows users can now use this encryption technology. It's free, open source, and you're only limited to your hard drive space. This is similar to BoxCryptor, which is free for up to 2GB. Links: encfs4win - http://members.ferrara.linux.it/freddy77/encfs.html BoxCryptor - http://www.boxcryptor.com/ BoxCryptor video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NOgi5eb5DjY
Views: 21254 midfingr
How To Securely Encrypt Files on Dropbox
 
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Bill needed some help encrypting Dropbox with Truecrypt... and using it with his Windows desktops and phones. He found a way to do it, but we think our method using Boxcryptor works a lot better!
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Cryptomator - Encryption for your Cloud Storage
 
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Video Narration. Original article, related links, and moderated comments: https://askleo.com/43770 Visit https://askleo.com for more questions and answers about technology and making technology work for you. Subscribe to The Ask Leo! Newsletter: https://newsletter.askleo.com Support Ask Leo! ! https://go.askleo.com/patron All the ways to stay in touch with Ask Leo! - https://askleo.com/all-the-different-ways-to-get-ask-leo/
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Vormetric Cloud Encryption Gateway Demo
 
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Watch this short demo video to learn how you can create secure and compliant object storage and enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) services for your company. The demo is broken up into four short sections: challenge, solution, configuration and reporting.
Views: 2236 Vormetric
Encrypted cloud storage: lessons learned from a security review | Anders Dalskov | RWC 2018
 
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Technical talks from the Real World Crypto conference series.
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How to secure your cloud files
 
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A tutorial video of how to use boxcryptor to encrypt your files before uploading to dropbox to prevent the document from getting hacked.
Views: 3231 NTAPvideos
Sync.com vs pCloud: Battle of the best cloud storage providers of 2018
 
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Sync.com sign-up: http://bit.ly/sync-cw pCloud sign-up: http://bit.ly/pcloud-cw Regarding Sync referral limits: Sync.com technically has a 20GB referral limit. But they'll increase the limit if you ask them and they review your referrals to make sure they're all valid. There are better services than Dropbox and iCloud. Sync and pCloud have been our favorite contenders for years because of their interesting sharing and syncing features and security approach. In this battle royal we show you our favorite of the two. ►►►► SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=obrvideos ►►►►THE BEST CLOUD STORAGE COMPARISON: http://www.cloudwards.net/comparison/
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Boxcryptor tutorial: in depth explanation - secure your cloud storage
 
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In this video I delve into the basic concepts of Boxcryptor - symmetric and asymmetric encryption, public/private keys, passwords etc. This is part of my mini series on creating a secure jounrnal for 2015
Views: 16402 Matt Thomas
Free encrypt cloud storage fast and easy
 
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Boxcryptor: https://www.youtube.com/redirect?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.boxcryptor.com%2Fapp%2Freferral%2F%3Fcode%3DwN8QZInW8IaWHlMG&session_token=y92wmZG3prGbMc3gWer4HKrjLIl8MTM5NTIyNzEzNEAxMzk1MTQwNzM0 How to encrypt files in your cloud storage using standard means and sync them for free. Read" http://izzylaif.com/en/?p=1279 #izzylaif
Views: 1756 Izzy ᴸᴬᴵᶠ
BoxCryptor For Dropbox
 
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BoxCryptor is a very easy to use encryption solution that complements Dropbox quite nicely. It features AES-256 Bit Encryption and the free version allows up to 2GB of encrypted data. This is a video demonstration on how it works. BoxCryptor Website and download: http://www.boxcryptor.com/
Views: 15026 midfingr
How to encrypt Dropbox files using Cryptomator
 
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In this video we explain how the open source software Cryptomator helps you to encrypt files on your local hard drive, before they get synchronized by Dropbox (or Google Drive or OneDrive or any other cloud storage service). More information at https://cryptomator.org/
Views: 24118 Cryptomator
Boxcryptor  2.6.493
 
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How to encrypt your files with Boxcryptor for Mac OS X
 
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This screenscast shows you how to encrypt your files with Boxcryptor on Mac OS X. More information and our free Boxcryptor version can be found on www.boxcryptor.com Visit http://www.boxcryptor.com and find out more how we make it possible for you to secure your files in your cloud storage for free. Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 6687 Boxcryptor
Cloud Encryption for OneDrive, Google Drive, iCloud, Box, DropBox
 
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Users are demanding Cloud access, storage to be available and accessible at all times from all devices. How is a business able to meet employees needs while maintaining traditional business security? In this short video, we’ll discuss a few options for allowing users to take advantage of cloud storage while ensuring the business continues to secure their valuable data.
Views: 161 ARBP WORLDWIDE
Start protecting your cloud files with Cryptomator
 
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Cryptomator is the first client-side cloud storage encryption software for consumers and businesses that is both open source and highly user-friendly. https://cryptomator.org/ https://github.com/cryptomator/cryptomator https://twitter.com/Cryptomator https://facebook.com/Cryptomator
Views: 5324 Cryptomator
Encrypted backup to OneDrive cloud
 
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Zero knowledge locally encrypted backup to OneDrive cloud with Backup Dwarf 3. Available from http://www.backupdwarf.com
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Boxcryptor
 
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Why You Should Be Encrypting Your Files and Boxcryptor Review
 
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In this video, I talk about file encryption and why it's important to give your data that extra level of protection. I've been using a software package called Boxcryptor for more than a year now and to find out more visit: https://datastorageinfo.com/Boxcryptor
Views: 116 Data Storage Info
CyberScrub Encrypted Safe for Dropbox, OneDrive, Cloud providers
 
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Sensing the insecure Cloud technology and recent Data Hacks, CyberScrub the World technology leader went one step further to allow its user to put and sync encrypted data on Cloud storage providers and then allowing its user to get rid of the unencrypted data (Originals) securely beyond any forensic recovery and also removing its traces permanently using DoD standards and beyond. Users can also create their individual safes and share them across their Colleagues, Friends, Family, Lawyers, Doctors, CPA, etc and get piece of mind that their Safe can only be opened by their trusted people. Visit http://www.cyberscrub.com/ for more details...
Views: 612 CyberScrub LLC
Privacy App Review: Boxcryptor
 
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Securely encrypt your files from a wide range of online storage providers.
Views: 830 Victor Fitzjarrald
Boxcryptor Best Practice Webinar 09/26/2018
 
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Watch our live Webinar from September 2018 and learn how to set up Boxcryptor for Teams. (Video stream starts at 1:24) Register for upcoming Webinars: https://mailchi.mp/boxcryptor.com/webinar
Views: 587 Boxcryptor
How to Encrypt Cloud Files (CloudShield EncryptSync)
 
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This Channel is intended to Technology Professionals and Forensic investigators to discuss latest security vulnerability breaches and not to Crackers that want to take advantage from Ordinary Users to commit crimes..Plz do not use this channel to violate Youtube Rules
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BoxCryptor, TrueCrypt, LastPass ... Oh My!
 
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BoxCryptor, TrueCrypt, and LastPass all have had issues appear in recent weeks. I'll review what those are, whether to panic, and how I'm looking forward. Video with transcript & moderated comments can be found here: https://askleo.com/20535 Visit https://askleo.com for more questions and answers about technology and making technology work for you. Subscribe to The Ask Leo! Newsletter: https://newsletter.askleo.com All the ways to stay in touch with Ask Leo! - https://askleo.com/all-the-different-ways-to-get-ask-leo/
Views: 17620 Ask Leo!
Google Cloud Encryption at Rest
 
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At Google Cloud, customer data is encrypted at rest by default. Check out our video to learn all about the mechanisms used by Google to encrypt data at rest.
Views: 2790 Google Cloud Platform
SafeCrypt (formerly SkyCrypt) - Cloud Encryption for Any Cloud Service Provider SkyCrypt.com
 
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SafeCrypt -- the only FIPS 140-2 validated, military grade 256-bit AES encryption program, which can secure your cloud storage provider or local files. Use with DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, or any cloud service provider. With SafeCrypt, files are fully encrypted at your desktop and stored on your cloud storage account. Even if your cloud service provider is hacked at root level or your personal login is compromised, your files are safe and secure. Visit http://skycrypt.com/ for more information.
Views: 879 DataLocker
How To Secure Cloud Data On Linux With Cryptomator
 
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Online storage services (aka cloud drives) are necessary for anyone who needs data to be accessible anywhere and everywhere, a reliable backup, or to send or save files easily. These services are easy to use, fast and work on most platforms. However, for as neat and convenient as they may be, they come at the price of privacy. Not many cloud services provide encryption which is why it’s up to users to secure cloud data before they upload it. More info at https://www.addictivetips.com/ubuntu-linux-tips/secure-cloud-data-on-linux-with-cryptomator/
Views: 188 AddictiveTipsTV
Cloud Storage Security with BoxCryptor
 
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In this video I delve into the basic concepts of Boxcryptor - symmetric and asymmetric encryption, public/private keys, passwords etc. This is part of my mini . If you think your files are secure in the cloud. Think again! Probably youre using Dropbox and dont encrypt your files. In this video well have a look at how you . In this video review we look at BoxCryptor local encryption software for cloud services like OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, etc. This video shows you how easy it is to secure your files in the cloud and encrypt them with Boxcryptor. More information can be found on .
Views: 167 picoulier
New Generation of Boxcryptor - Technical Preview Screencast
 
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Visit http://www.boxcryptor.com and find out how we make it possible for you to secure your files in your cloud storage for free. Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 7116 Boxcryptor
Boxcryptor Explained: Usage, Video and Download - GIVEAWAY (Softpedia App Rundown #104)
 
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Enter our giveaway and write your own review for a chance to win a FREE license for a professional cloud encryption app: http://www.softpedia.com/blog/boxcryptor-cloud-encryption-explained-usage-video-and-download-505888.shtml
Views: 418 Softpedia
How To Encrypt Cloud Storage Files  & Folders In Linux
 
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Most of us use cloud storage like, Dropbox, Gdrive, Copy etc. to be able to use our synced files anytime, anywhere and from our any devices. But no one feels safe putting up their sensitive data over there. As recent hacks shows that how safe our data is. In 2014 many celebrities photos were hacked from cloud storages and posted on social networking sites. So why not encrypt data before upload it on cloud storage to increase security. Read article - Visit site : http://LinuxAndUbuntu.com Like us : https://facebook.com/LinuxAndUbuntu Follow us : https://plus.google.com/+LinuxAndUbuntuweb Follow us : https://twitter.com/LinuxAndUbuntu Follow us : https://pinterest.com/LinuxAndUbuntu
Views: 2172 Linux And Ubuntu
Boxcryptor for Chrome Screencast
 
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Visit http://www.boxcryptor.com and find out how we make it possible for you to secure your files in your cloud storage for free. Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 9912 Boxcryptor
How to encrypt all your data
 
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Whether you’re an activist living under an autocratic regime, or a law-abiding citizen in the world’s biggest democracy, you have many reasons to fear for the safety of your data. State-sponsored cybercriminals, fraudsters, three-letter agencies and data-hungry corporations will go to great lengths to lay their hands on your files and data and use them for their own ends. If there’s one thing eavesdroppers and data thieves hate, it’s encryption. It keeps them away from your private and sensitive data—or at the very least gives them enough headaches to go seek prey elsewhere. Here are seven tips that will beef up your defenses against hackers by encrypting the data you store and share across your devices and the internet. Encrypted messaging apps We use messaging apps for a lot of our work and personal communications, ignoring the fact that some of them will not protect us against hackers. Server hacks and man-in-the-middle attacks are two popular methods that can give unwanted parties access to your sensitive messages. Secure messaging apps such as Signal, which feature end-to-end encryption, scramble your messages in a way that allow on the recipient of the message to read them. While there are several end-to-end encrypted messaging apps out there, Signal is by far the most secure because it stores the least amount of information about its users. A more detailed discussion of messaging app security can be found here. Encrypted email A hacker with your login credentials or a government agency with a search warrant can scan your emails stored on a server. Just ask John Podesta. In order to protect your mailbox from potential hacks, you can use PGP, a technique that encrypts your messages with a key that only you possess. PGP might not be very intuitive and user-friendly, but it’s worth the added security. Alternatively, you can sign up for a secure email service such as ProtonMail, which encrypts your emails end-to-end. A more detailed discussion of email security can be found here. Encrypted devices You might want to prepare in advance for the day your phone or laptop becomes lost or stolen (or gets confiscated by security forces if you’re ruled by a tyrannical regime). And no, a good login-screen password will not protect the files on your computer. Anyone with the most basic IT skills can plug your hard disk into another computer and extract your files. Full-disk encryption (FDE) automatically encrypts everything that is stored on your drive with a key that is only accessible to you, preventing someone with physical access to your device from accessing your files. Software such as Symantec Endpoint Encryption offer full-disk encryption, but the latest version of most operating systems already have built-in FDE features. In Windows it’s called BitLocker, in MacOS it’s FileVault. Apple’s iOS 8 and later as well as Android Lollipop (5.x) and higher have full-disk encryption enabled by default. Encrypted files on the cloud Encrypting the files you store on the cloud can protect you from unwanted access to your account. A simple option is to store your files in password-protected zip archives before uploading them to your cloud storage. However, the extra manual effort required to zip and unzip your files might be too frustrating. An alternative is to use third-party tools such as Boxcryptor, which adds client-side encryption to most famous cloud storage services such as Google Drive and Dropbox. You can also opt for secure storage services such as SpiderOak One, which have built-in encryption. Encrypted data on the go Thumb drives and memory cards easily get lost, so you if you’re carrying your data on removable media, you should always plan for the worst. Your best option would probably be to choose a secure memory stick such as datAshur. These USB drives come with built-in hardware encryption protected by a 7-15 PIN code and are compatible with all major operating systems. If you want to stick to your old memory drive, there are some decent software alternatives. Windows users can encrypt removable drives with BitLocker to Go, and Mac users can use FileVault. Most third-party full-disk encryption software supports removable drive encryption as well. Encrypted browser traffic While browsing the internet, make sure you only fill in forms on websites that have addresses starting with “https” (the “s” stands for secure). Sites with plain HTTP don’t encrypt your data and are vulnerable to eavesdroppi
How to share encrypted files with Boxcryptor for Mac OS X
 
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This screenscast shows you how to share encrypted files with Boxcryptor for Mac OS X. More information and our free Boxcryptor version can be found on http://www.boxcryptor.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/boxcryptor Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/boxcryptor
Views: 2072 Boxcryptor
Privacy with Cryptomator: End-to-end cloud ... (by Christian Schmickler and Markus Kreusch)
 
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Talk on "Privacy with Cryptomator: End-to-end cloud encryption – User-friendly and Open Source" by Christian Schmickler and Markus Kreusch at the Android Security Symposium in Vienna, Austria, 8-10 March 2017 https://usmile.at/symposium/2017/program/schmickler-kreusch *** Abstract *** Current and past political events have initiated an extensive discussion on privacy and informational self-determination. The vast majority of consumers states their desire to keep personal data private while in everyday life, they use services and approve privacy agreements that undermine their informational self-determination on a large scale. This contradiction is referred to as the privacy paradox. While there are tools designed to keep personal data private, employing such tools is often associated with reduced functionality and/or usability and new privacy issues resulting from their use. Such deficiencies inhibit their widespread use. Cloud storages are one example for a privacy-critical infrastructure as personal data is distributed across a broad network while the location of storage is often out of the user's control. Client-side (end-to-end) encryption is a valid way to protect those data independent of security measures taken by the cloud provider and its privacy agreements. However, existing tools – e.g., for disk or file encryption – do not work seamlessly with the cloud. The idea behind Cryptomator is to make cloud encryption as user-friendly, transparent, and understandable as possible to enable everyone to protect their data. In their talk, the developers of Cryptomator emphasize the importance of privacy in our information society in general and the significance of sophisticated and user-friendly tools to empower everyone to safeguard their privacy in particular. The general idea behind Cryptomator, its encryption scheme and challenges when targeting the cloud will be outlined. In addition, the architecture of the app for Android and future development plans will be illustrated. *** Android Security Symposium *** The second Android Security Symposium was organized by the Josef Ressel Center u'smile at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria in Hagenberg in cooperation with SBA Research and the Institute of Networks and Security (INS) at Johannes Kepler University Linz. This video is provided by the Josef Ressel Center for User-friedly Secure Mobile Environments (u'smile), a research group at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Copyright (c) FH OÖ Forschungs & Entwicklungs GmbH • All rights reserved. • https://usmile.at/impressum
How to encrypt files over commercial cloud services using Cryptomator.
 
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In a time where mass data collection is becoming the norm. Corporations are actively scanning cloud services to profile users to target them for advertisements. Hackers are gaining access to big corporations network and data for profit and malice. It is vitally important that internet users start to take responsibility for their data security. Cryptomator is one of the new generations of user friendly encryption clients that your gran can use (well almost). Please come and visit us for more tech tips and tutorials: http://www.addictedtotech.co.uk
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