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    Published: 2013-10-21, by .

    Tresorit is a free encrypted cloud storage tool designed to store and share confidential data

    • Create your own and secure cloud storage service
    • Share content and manage permissions
    • Sync files to access offline
    • User-friendly interface
    • No multiple files upload
    • There's no Linux desktop version

    "When privacy is a concern... Tresorit!"

    There are already a bunch of cloud storage service on the market. However, most of them can't fully satisfy the needs of users concerned about privacy and security. Tresorit allows you to turn your desktop computer into your own cloud storage service in a secure way, by encrypting your content and making it accessible from your mobile device. 

    You just need to pick one of your desktop folders or create one on your mobile, turn it into a "tresor", and you can sync and share your content anywhere, safely. The point is that any content is encrypted on the client-side which means that not even Tresorit servers can access your data. You can easily add files to your folders and they will be encrypted before they are uploaded to the cloud. Obviously, you'll be able to decrypt and access your files only on devices with Tresorit is installed. 

    You can share your tresors the way you want: you can invite members to folders and manage permissions (only reader, editor, manager..) from your mobile device. If you feel the encryption isn't enough, you can add a passcode to the app as well. Finally, if you need to access files offline, just "favorite" them and they'll be available anywhere, even if you don’t have network connection.

    Tresorit has a minimalist and intuitive interface which makes it easier to access your content on-the-go. If privacy is a concern for you, welcome to the safe way of storing your files in the cloud. Recommended.

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    Oct 21, 2013

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    Feras Knight

    by Feras Knight

    Aug 14, 2017  |  "Good"

    Seems great BUT Upload only WiFi seems not to work perfectly. If you uploading using WiFi and then go out of range and change to regular data, the upload continues and doesn't stop. This led to major data usage. Also major issue, app keeps timing out or doesn't stay on for too long if it is in the background (while using another app) This means large uploads are tedious and sometimes take way too long, cause I keep having to switch on the app again. Thank you

    Ashraf Miah

    by Ashraf Miah

    Jul 31, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Recent syncing activity on laptop nearly deleted all my data. Absolutely furious! Avoid.


    by Keetopsina

    Jul 30, 2017  |  "OK"

    App crashes after trying to view a few pictures in a row. Even if they were previously saved to phone.

    Robert Goerss

    by Robert Goerss

    Jul 26, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Holding data hostage is a ridiculous and shameful practice. I recommend using Boxcryptor or a similar solution with a more reliable and reasonably priced cloud storage service that does not cripple trial accounts that have expired. When the free trial of this service expires it will no longer allow you to sync your cloud folders to device, so there is no way to extract your data without manually downloading each file. To add to the frustration, it is slow and you cannot even multi-select files or batch them on the server as a Zip. You have to click multiple times PER FILE to download your data. This is just a fail on so many levels that it boggles the mind. I want to love it but their business model is backwards. They immediately start punishing their potential customers. You can accomplish the same thing, with better speed and reliability, using other software paired with a service like Dropbox or Drive.

    David Sheardown

    by David Sheardown

    Jul 15, 2017  |  "Great"

    Actually very good. I use it across various devices. The only security issue I have is if I download say a text file that was encrypted, the file of course is left un-encrypted on the device.. I guess this is down to your own best practice to delete it afterwards.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jul 06, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Terrible service do not use! They deleted a bunch of files off of my computer without my permission