Tresorit Review - Dropbox-like Functionality with Better Security

Posted: July 14, 2014

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is another cloud storage provider similar to Dropbox, SpiderOak, Google Drive, or Box. Much like SpiderOak, Tresorit seems to value security and privacy above all else. However, unlike SpiderOak, whose user-interface can feel old and unintuitive, Tresorit does a good job keeping the design and user-interactions simple and modern.

Tresorit is free for up to 5GB with the option of gaining up to 16GB for free through referrals. The paid options start at 20GB for $8 per month.

Pros & Cons

  • Excellent security
  • Apps available for all major platforms
  • Modern design
  • Easy to create encrypted folders
  • Easy to share encrypted files or folders
  • Deleted files are gone forever
  • Sharing files increases security risk
  • Only 5GB free. Pricing is higher per gigabyte than some competitors