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Cloudfogger - Free File Encryption for Dropbox and the Cloud

Cloudfogger - Free File Encryption for Dropbox and the Cloud
Simple and secure privacy protection Cloudfogger encrypts your data on the local device before it gets uploaded to the cloud. That guarantees that Dropbox and others never get access to the content of your files. Cloudfogger protects your privacy with 256bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption. For Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive and others Cloudfogger uses transparent encryption, which makes daily use fast and simple: On the local system you still access your data as you always did - while all files are securely encrypted when they get uploaded to the cloud.

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