Your Benefits with Boxcryptor
Cloud security “Made in Germany”
Leading end-to-end encryption technology
Google Drive is detected automatically
Free for non-commercial use
Data security across smartphones, tablets and desktops
Encryption for more than 30 cloud providers, NAS systems, local data, and more
Additional Security for Google Drive
Google Drive allows you to access your data wherever you are. It is optimized for the use with other Google services, which is very convenient. If you want to add flawless security to this convenient cloud provider, you are in the right place. Boxcryptor protects your Google Drive with end-to-end encryption and with zero knowledge standard, which means that no one but you can access your data, neither us, or Google, nor any other third party. At Google Drive you get 15 GB for free, and to protect one cloud with Boxcryptor is free, too. Keep in control of your personal data with our encryption solution.
Seamless Integration with Google Drive
Boxcryptor creates a virtual drive on your PC or Mac and automatically detects your Google Drive and your other cloud providers. In this Boxcryptor drive you can manage all your clouds in one safe place. Encrypting and protecting your data is simple. Just create a new folder in your Google Drive folder in the Boxcryptor drive and choose to encrypt it. Now here comes the great part: Everything you copy to or save inside an encrypted folder will be encrypted automatically. Boxcryptor handles everything for you. Encryption is on-the-fly, which means that you can work with your encrypted data in your Boxcryptor drive as if it were any other folder. There is no need to decrypt the files manually before you use them.
Questions and Answers
Does Boxcryptor use up more storage space on my PC or Mac?
Can users still share links with friends and colleagues, even with encryption?
Can I encrypt Google Docs files with Boxcryptor?
Is Boxcryptor compatible with Google Backup and Sync and Google Drive File Stream?
How can I encrypt Google Drive with Boxcryptor?