Advice Request Safest cloud storage site

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I cannot recommend MEGA highly enough!

2048bit encryption

Cant believe some still use things like Dropbox etc. :ROFLMAO:
 
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HarborFront

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Some thoughts here regarding Cloud Storage Privacy Policies

Cloud Storage Privacy Policies: What It All Means

and here to look for Zero-Knowledge Cloud Storage

Best Zero-Knowledge Cloud Services 2018

Some FREE cloud storage providers

1) hubiC – 25GB free, no upload file size limit, 1GB (thro’ web application), Android app, 100Mbps(D)/40Mbps(U)

2) Mega – 50GB free, max file upload size is 200MB, sync speed is 2.4 – 3.2Mbps, Android app

3) pCloud – 20GB free, no upload file size limit, max 30Mbps(D)/3.1Mbps(U), Android app

4) STACK (TransIP) – 1TB free, no upload file size limit, Android app

5) Degoo – 100GB free, max file upload size is 1GB, max 20Mbps(D)/13Mbps(U), Android app

6) SwissDisk – 50GB free, Android app

7) MultCloud (manages above clouds except STACK, Degoo and SwissDisk)

Note :- Let me know if there are any changes in the above FREE cloud storage providers. Thanks
 
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RXZ6Q

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Some thoughts here regarding Cloud Storage Privacy Policies

Cloud Storage Privacy Policies: What It All Means

and here to look for Zero-Knowledge Cloud Storage

Best Zero-Knowledge Cloud Services 2018

Some FREE cloud storage providers

1) hubiC – 25GB free, no upload file size limit, 1GB (thro’ web application), Android app, 100Mbps(D)/40Mbps(U)

2) Mega – 50GB free, max file upload size is 200MB, sync speed is 2.4 – 3.2Mbps, Android app

3) pCloud – 20GB free, no upload file size limit, max 30Mbps(D)/3.1Mbps(U), Android app

4) STACK (TransIP) – 1TB free, no upload file size limit, Android app

5) Degoo – 100GB free, max file upload size is 1GB, max 20Mbps(D)/13Mbps(U), Android app

6) SwissDisk – 50GB free, Android app

7) MultCloud (manages above clouds except STACK, Degoo and SwissDisk)

Note :- Let me know if there are any changes in the above FREE cloud storage providers. Thanks

Mega isn't 50 GB anymore.
 
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jetman

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I really like pcloud as a service.

They have an option called "crypto folder" which encrpts everything before it leaves your machine. You have to pay extra for this unfortunately.
 
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Al-Faqir

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Sync.com is the safest, and the price is fabulous.

It's guaranteed Zero Knowledge and meets ALL compliance organizations.

Why your privacy matters | Sync

I have purchased a 1-year 500 GB Personal plan. But requested a refund only after a week. It is much slower than other competitors (I think due to their encryption). Anyway I believe not all files need to be encrypted, so dual storage is a better option. I was using pCloud with Cryptomator. Their "Crypto" is priced the same as Sync.com Personal plan -_-.
 

TairikuOkami

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I personally would not trust an online encryption only, but it is a nice addition.

 

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