Saferoom encrypts your notes and attachments before they are uploaded to Evernote or OneNote cloud. Thus your notes become encrypted and protected against any data leaks.
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What is Saferoom?
To protect your data Saferoom uses the AES-256 encryption algorithm with a key length of 256-bit. Currently, it is the most secure algorithm in the world which is used for military-grade confidential documents.
Saferoom is a completely client-based application. This means that Saferoom operates only inside the device where it has been installed. Data is encrypted directly inside the device and only leaves the device in an encrypted format. Further, in order to give our users true zero-knowledge encryption, Saferoom keeps the password inside the device. It means that the password cannot be restored. Hence, this ensures that you are in absolute control of your data.
Because Saferoom encrypts data directly inside the device, any information that is pushed to cloud services stays in an encrypted format. It means that even if a cloud server is breached and information is stolen, your data will remain in an encrypted format.
Our target is to create software that is seamlessly integrated into existing platforms and adds a 'piggy-back' encryption functionality. We want our users to keep their own flow of things, to keep their processes and to receive an option to encrypt data they want. Hence, our aim is to build Saferoom in a simple form.
JohnFastman If you have to violate your privacy by using Evernote, at least know you can use Saferoom to encrypt notes in Evernote so that Evernote employees, hackers and feds can't read their content. Or change to Turtl. Or Tagspaces.
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