Your Benefits with Boxcryptor
Automatic detection of your Dropbox
Leading end-to-end encryption technology
Zero knowledge encryption
Free for non-commercial use
Higher data security in the cloud across smartphones, tablets and desktops
Cloud security “Made in Germany”
Additional Security for Your Dropbox
Dropbox makes it very easy to back-up, share and sync files with other Dropbox users across computers, smartphones, and tablets. But to make sure that all your data at Dropbox is completely under your control, Boxcryptor adds an additional security layer. With this client-side zero knowledge encryption your data is protected in the best way possible.
On Windows and macOS Boxcryptor creates a virtual drive, detects Dropbox and adds it to the Boxcryptor drive. Afterward you can easily encrypt your existing data with one click. We recommend creating a new folder, select to encrypt it and then move your sensitive data into that folder. Everything you save to or move into this folder will be encrypted automatically. On the mobile versions, Dropbox is detected automatically as well.
Dropbox selected Boxcryptor as one of their Premier Technology Partners to provide an additional security layer for you. This close collaboration guarantees handy features, such as user import from your Dropbox user list. The partnership will result in more integrations as Dropbox and Boxcryptor will continuously add new functionalities.
Try out Boxcryptor and Dropbox for your Company
Add Boxcryptor Company or Enterprise to your company's Dropbox to improve your data privacy and help with your privacy regulation compliance. Get started with Boxcryptor with a free 14-day trial. If you decide to continue with a paid plan afterwards, additional setup steps are not necessary.
Encrypting Dropbox with Boxcryptor: Secure Collaboration for Teams
This Boxcryptor for Teams webinar recording shows how to securely encrypt your Dropbox (video).
Questions and Answers
Does Boxcryptor support Smart Sync?
Can I use Dropbox Business with Boxcryptor?
Can users still share links with friends and colleagues, even with encryption?
Does Boxcryptor use up more storage space on my PC or Mac?
How can the trustworthiness of the software be verified?