Cloud Xtender uses state of the art file encryption technologies. All files are encrypted using a passphrase (or password) supplied by the user (TNO = trust no one), and cannot be decrypted unless this code is known. If you lose this passphrase, the files cannot be decrypted. All encryption happens in trans, meaning the unencrypted version is of the file remain (unless you are operating in remote mode).
Articles in this section
- Can I move the Cloud Xtender host folder?
- [EXPERIMENTAL] - Sync file action
- Using your own cloud provider application credentials
- Bidirectional syncing, what is the impact?
- File encryption and remote sync method, what are the limitations?
- What are the advanced setting used for?
- What does the Azure Page Blob type storage mean?
- How do I set up a Box provider?
- How do I set up cloud providers in Cloud Xtender?
- How do I set up a Dropbox provider?