Encrypt from local device files to OneDrive, Would like zero knowledge cloud storage
Can you please tell us more about what you are looking for? What do you mean by “zero knowledge cloud storage”? Thank you.
Rudi B. commented
In a time, in there everybody wants your data, it is highly recommended to have such features.
Zero knowledge encryption means for me, only the user is able to access his data. No one else.
For all they are looking for such functionality, check http://www.boxcryptor.com
I like to store applications databases encrypted on OneDrive so that I can access my data on more than one devices. Ex: Accessing my Quicken data from any device with the Quicken app.
On a side note, love to have a Quicken universal app.
+1 to this.
For a file/folder of our choosing, encryption should be done on device and only we should have keys to this content. This is important for the sensitive data like financial reports, credit card information, contact information, etc.
On Windows you can use BitLocker probably in some way. Other devices have their built in encryption/decryption tools as well that can be used.
Btw, more suggestions like this one:
When I upload files to OneDrive, or saved them, I would like each file/folder to be encrypted so that only I have the private keys. MS can have the public keys, but don't want administrators, or anyone else the ability to read them. Only if I shave the files with others.
I thought this would be good with the recent NSA articles in the newspaper etc.
Hope this make sense and thank you for the 10 TB of space :)