Secure cloud storage outfit Tresorit posts $10K hacker bounty
The Hungarian firm is trying to set itself apart from rivals by inviting hackers to do their worst on its cryptography.
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#1 Apr 12, 2013
So how does their system stop an employee from accessing your data? From what I read and understand *they* have the encryption key that *they* store for use by your client when you log in.
Security is based on others not having your encryption key.
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