The Best Cloud Storage Services With Better Security And Privacy Options

Cloud storages became part of our life, there are various services offering not only free space and also best encryption options. Nowadays privacy became most important to look for. So, here are the best list of Cloud services with best encryption options.

Mega

Mega

Mega is one of the latest products from Megaupload king Kim Dotcom. It gives you a whooping 50GB free space when you sign up. Pro accounts offer 500GB to 4TB. When you sign up, you choose a password and Mega generates the keys used to encrypt and decrypt your data. Even files are also encrypted before they’re uploaded and decrypted after downloaded by your web browser. Mega offers ultimate security and privacy to your files with AES-128, AES-192 and AES-256 security protocols. You never need to worry about your files again.

Visit Mega.

SpideOak

SpiderOak

SpiderOak offers 2GB for free, you can get more space by paying $10/mo for each 100GB. The encryption and decryption process takes place locally, SpiderOak uses a combination of 2048 bit RSA and 256 bit AES to encrypt your files.

Visit SpiderOak.

Tresorit

Tresorit

Tresorit offers free 5GB space when you signup. Tresorit secures your files and folders on your computer, before uploading to the cloud. Your encryption keys never leave your computer. This means no one can access your content if you don’t permit them, not even Tresorit.

Visit Tresorit.

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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    Coffeeforkarma Jul 11, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    When it comes to privacy, i prefer Backupthat.  they let me select email accounts to store my files in so I can pick the ones that suit my security needs.  I have 3 email accounts in Sweden now where the NSA can’t reach. These accounts are being used as unlimited cloud storage, so I have backed up about 500GB of files.

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