Encrypt Your Dropbox with Viivo and 'Cloud in Confidence'
Article by George Norman
On 05 Aug 2013
Secure the data you store on Dropbox with the free Viivo application. It lets you encrypt your files and folders across all your devices. And it lets you securely share files only with the people you want.

PKWARE, company founded in 1986 by Phil Katz, the inventor of the ZIP standard, brings you a free tool that security buffs and Dropbox users are sure to love: Viivo. This is a tool that was created with a simple goal in mind: to let you “cloud in confidence”. What Viivo does is it helps mitigate the security risks that come with using cloud storage services – and more to the point, it helps Dropbox users secure the files and folders they store and share with others.

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“Storing all of your information and files on a big cloud can be daunting—but convenient. You don’t have to worry about Cloud security anymore. When you use Viivo to encrypt your files, you can be 100% confident that your files are encrypted, and you are the only one who can decrypt them. If someone wants to gain access to these files, you have to personally approve them beforehand. What are you waiting for? Cloud in Confidence with Viivo,” said PKWARE on the official Viivo blog.

Viivo Main Features
  • Since it works similarly to Dropbox, you will immediately feel at home with Viivo.
  • Use Viivo to encrypt your Dropbox files and folders. AES 256-bit encryption is used to secure your files.
  • Use Viivo to securely share files with others; only with the people you choose.
  • Viivo is available for all your devices: Mac, PC, iOS and Android devices.
  • Viivo is free for personal and commercial use.

Viivo for Windows is available for download right here on FindMySoft.

To learn more about Viivo and to get Viivo for other platforms, visit its official website.





Tags: Viivo, PKWARE, security, cloud, Dropbox, store, share, Windows, Microsoft, Apple, Mac OS X, iOS, iPhone, Google, Android
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