In the latest TV appearance Edward Snowden advised web users to “get rid” of Dropbox and social networks such as Facebook and Google, too.
Such services only insist on encrypting user data during transfer and when being stored on the servers. Other services he recommends instead, such as SpiderOak(Please check our previous posts where we already posted an article for SpiderOak in Shanomag.com earlier this month), encrypt information while it’s on your computer as well.
When our personal data is compromised by government Intelligence agencies like NSA we need to react and just change the Service provider. One of the options we have is SpiderOak and their Zero-Knowledge’ Privacy Promise. SpiderOak creates an easy way to sync data between your phones, laptops, and tablets. You can drag and drop files/folders into your SpiderOak Hive folder, or – for greater control – select specific folders to sync across all your devices.
In technical terms, ‘Zero-Knowledge’ means that the server has ‘zero-knowledge’ of your data. In non-technical terms it means that your data is 100% private and only readable to you. No plain text data is stored on our servers, ensuring absolute confidentiality between you and your data.
It work on all systems – Windows, Linux and Mac OS. 2 GB free for life. Enjoy.