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Google Drive might soon allow you to open encrypted files

10/11/2020

In a time of utter chaos around the world, hackers are constantly trying to create more by trying to access your data. While nothing is 100% secure, keeping your sensitive data in encrypted files is a good practice. However, some commercial cloud storage options such as Google Drive don’t support opening encrypted...
In a time of utter chaos around the world, hackers are constantly trying to create more by trying to access your data. While nothing is 100% secure, keeping your sensitive data in encrypted files is a good practice. However, some commercial cloud storage options such as Google Drive don’t support opening encrypted files. However, that might be changing soon. Earlier today, sleuths at XDA discovered that the Big G might be working on support for opening encrypted files on Drive. The publication discovered some new strings in version 2.20.441.06.40 of the Android app suggesting support for encrypted files. But the strings… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Drive,Google In a time of utter chaos around the world, hackers are constantly trying to create more by trying to access your data. While nothing is 100% secure, keeping your sensitive data in encrypted files is a good practice. However, some commercial cloud storage options such as Google Drive don’t support opening encrypted files. However, that might be changing soon. Earlier today, sleuths at XDA discovered that the Big G might be working on support for opening encrypted files on Drive. The publication discovered some new strings in version 2.20.441.06.40 of the Android app suggesting support for encrypted files. But the strings… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google Drive,Google
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