NO MORE DATA LEAKS
Saferoom encrypts your data before it is uploaded to a cloud service.
Once you download Saferoom, you need to configure your master key and add an Evernote or OneNote (or both) account.
Encrypt your notes with attachments using a master key or one-time passwords to secure data before it gets to the cloud.
Once encrypted, the note is uploaded to Evernote or OneNote Cloud. The encrypted content will be treated as Evernote or OneNote note but no one could read or scan it.
Once required you can decrypt your data on any device with Saferoom. You will need a password that was used to encrypt the data to see it.
You are in control
Saferoom is a no-cloud application that works on the client device. There is no infrastructure or accounts. All your data stays in the device. It also means that there is no way to restore passwords - if you forget the password that was used to encrypt the data, the data will be lost.
Saferoom follows the zero-knowledge principle of the encryption – your encryption key is known only to you. However, it also means there is no way to restore your key once it is lost or forgotten.
Saferoom supports 1Password and LastPass to facilitate the usage of the encryption keys (=passwords). Additionally, you can use manual password entry.
Saferoom does not change the type of the medium – Evernote note stays Evernote note, OneNote page looks like a OneNote page – but it looks like gibberish to anyone else.
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