SpiderOak uses industry-standard SSL encryption to secure communication channels from end-to-end. Data is encrypted locally, uploaded encrypted, stored encrypted, and sent back to a user's registered device encrypted. This provides the foundation for our No Knowledge privacy environment.
Articles in this section
- Is Data Encrypted In Transit? Is Data Encrypted At Rest?
- Could Someone Who Had My SpiderOak Data From the Server Easily Learn My Password and Decrypt My Data
- Is SpiderOak Really No Knowledge? Could You Read a User's Data if Forced at Gunpoint?
- Is SpiderOak HIPAA Compliant?
- What Are the Details of SpiderOak's Datacenter Certifications?
- Why SpiderOak Doesn't Deduplicate Data Across Users (and Why It Should Worry You if We Did)