Tresorit For Linux Released To Provide End-To-End Encrypted File Sharing

Written by Michael Larabel in Proprietary Software on 28 July 2016 at 08:14 AM EDT. 12 Comments
Tresorit is an end-to-end encrypted file sharing service aimed at sharing files among team members. Tresorit has supported Windows, OS X, iOS, Android, and even Blackberry and Windows Phone while now they are finally supporting the Linux desktop.

Tresorit has released a native Linux binary for customers wishing to engage in an encrypted file-sharing workflow from their desktop. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Fedora, Gentoo, Mint, SUSE, and CentOS are all mentioned as being supported.

While Tresorit may not be as well known as Box or Dropbox, they advertise their service as offering zero-knowledge end-to-end encryption, risk-free collaboration of teams, extra productivity features, and compliance with Swiss privacy laws. Tresorit is based out of Switzerland and Hungary.

Those wanting to learn more about this secure cloud storage for the Linux desktop can learn more via their new Linux product page.
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