SafeGuard Cloud Storage

SafeGuard Cloud Storage offers location-based encryption of files stored in the cloud. It does not change the way you work with your files, but it makes sure that the local copies of your cloud data are encrypted transparently and remain encrypted when stored in the cloud.

SafeGuard Cloud Storage automatically detects your cloud storage provider (if supported) and applies the encryption policy to the synchronization folder.

SafeGuard Cloud Storage does not perform an initial encryption of your data. Files that were stored before SafeGuard Cloud Storage was installed or activated by a policy remain unencrypted. If you want to encrypt these files, you have to remove them from the cloud first and then add them again.
Note Do not add files to your Dropbox folder by dropping them onto the Dropbox icon on the Windows desktop. These files will be copied to your Dropbox folder in plain text. To make sure that files are encrypted, copy them directly to your Dropbox folder.
Important When extracting a ZIP archive using the built-in archiver of Microsoft Windows the process stops as soon as an encrypted file is encountered for which the key is not available. The user receives a message that access was denied, but is not informed that there are files that have not been processed and hence are missing. Other archivers, for example 7-Zip, work fine with ZIP archives containing encrypted files.