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How to Set Up a File-Syncing Dropbox Clone You Control Depends on what you mean by 'safe'. Nothing is truly safe, and any kind of wireless syncing is going to be accessible or 'sniffable' at some point. Honestly, if your father isn't being specifically targeted by someone, Live Mesh is fine. I prefer Dropbox though.