We will be performing several software updates on our servers this Friday at 11:00 AM CEST for about 3 hours. The maintenance is required in order to keep our servers secure and up-to-date.
During the upgrade, our website will be unavailable. Immediately following, the Inclouddrive.com website will be fully available to all members.
We will post updates here as needed.
We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
UPDATE: Site is back to normal now.
Kind regards, The Inclouddrive team.
18 Jan 2015
Great news, dear users,
InCloudDrive is significantly reducing the prices as of today! We are also amending our plans. Until now they were, as follows:
Free – 2 GB space (up to 500 MB as per our referral scheme) 500GB of space 2 TB Traffic – €12.99/month 500GB of space 8 TB Traffic – €29.99/month 500GB of space 15 TB Traffic – €59.99/month
As of today, our new prices and plans are: Basic – up to 5 GB space – Free forever 500GB of space 2 TB Traffic – €9.99/month 500GB of space 8 TB Traffic – €24.99/month 500GB of space 15 TB Traffic – €39.99/month
Cool names, great prices! Now is the perfect time for you to upgrade!
we are soon going to release a new Encryption feature for InCloudDrive web and we want to clarify some Crypto terms in order to give you better understanding of our product.
One often misused term in cloud storage area is End-to-end encryption in the meaning of Client-side encryption.
As wikipedia describes “End-to-end encryption is a digital communications paradigm of uninterrupted protection of data traveling between two communicating parties. It involves the originating party encrypting data to be readable only by the intended recipient, and the receiving party decrypting it, with no involvement in said encryption by third parties”.
The usage of this term in a cloud service, where you store your information, suggests that only the transfer between you and the servers is encrypted, and the servers might be able to decrypt your information.
Client-side encryption, on the other hand, is the cryptographic technique of encrypting data before it is transmitted to the servers in a computer network. Encryption is performed with a key that is not known to the servers, consequently it is not possible for the service provider to decrypt the hosted data. Client-side encryption allows the creation of zero-knowledge applications, the providers of which cannot access the data stored by its users.