Alternative to Dropbox
Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud storage providers out there.
Dropbox is a US-based company. The United States (unlike Europe, where companies like Tresorit, pCloud, or Internxt are based), is known for its aggressive privacy violations. “The Cloud Act, signed into law in March 2018, is an Act to provide trans-border access to communications data in law enforcement investigations. The Act’s history begins with a privacy dispute between Microsoft and the U.S. government, a case in US Supreme Court which concerns whether law enforcement can access communications content under current U.S. law”.
Dropbox is also closed-source and doesn’t feature client-side encryption With over 500 million users, Dropbox is one of the largest, most well-known cloud storage providers out there.
Internxt built Drive with the vision of creating the first cloud storage service which presented the user with total control, security, and privacy of their files. Unlike Dropbox and its alternatives, Microsoft’s OneDrive, Apple’s iCloud, etc, Internxt Drive features zero-knowledge encryption, meaning that only you can truly access your files. Unlike with traditional providers, with Internxt Drive, files are uploaded and client-side encrypted, so only you hold the decryption key of these.
Additionally, Internxt Drive’s architecture fragments your files before encrypting them, so a server never holds a whole file, but instead, an encrypted shard of it, which only you are able to decrypt.
Internxt Drive presents very similar pricing and interfaces to that of Dropbox, though being superior in its privacy-related features.
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