Tresorit is a secure, easy-to-use cloud storage service with powerful features and zero-knowledge encryption, so you, and only you, decide who views your files.


Many cloud storage offerings are convenient and easy to use, but most aren’t secure. When you upload your files and documents to the cloud, your documents are visible to you and your cloud service provider, meaning that Dropbox, Box, iCloud, or Google could view the contents of your documents. Even worse, in the event of a hack, any person who gains access to those cloud servers can also view your documents. Not the case with Tresorit.

End-to-end encryption. Tresorit encrypts your documents before they’re stored on the cloud and practices zero-knowledge encryption. Zero-knowledge encryption means that service providers know nothing about the data you store on their servers. Only you have the encryption key to view your document, everyone else, including hackers, will just see a jumble of numbers and letters. This makes Tresorit an attractive cloud storage option to securely store and share your digitized documents with clients and colleagues.

Securely scan documents. Tresorit makes it even easier to store digitized documents with its document scanning feature. Available for iOS and Android, you’ll be able to use Tresorit to take photos of documents you want to save to the cloud, whether they’re single or multi-page. You’ll also be able to edit and crop your documents before you upload them to the cloud. What’s more, Tresorit doesn’t save local copies on your device. The scans are encrypted and uploaded to the cloud right away.

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Selective sync. If you want to work on documents on your hard drive, you’ll be able to selectively sync documents. Simply click a button to save a document to your hard drive. Any edits you make, online or offline, will automatically sync with your Tresorit account, so there’s no need to re-upload the latest version.

How to Get it

To learn more about Tresorit, or to sign-up for a 14-day free trial, visit

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Last updated March 11th, 2019