Encrypting your data,
for local & cloud storage

PureEncrypt is an excellent option for individuals and businesses
of all sizes who need to keep their data safe and secure.

Integrating encryption
to your personal and
professional files

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The risk of data leaks is too high

Enhanced security

Use PureEncrypt to encrypt your Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, Mega drive, or iCloud.

Secure information

Only you can access your data, and no one else will be able to
read it.

Enable MFA

Multi-factor authentication ensures that only authorized users can see your data.

Sync information

It offers the ability to sync information across all devices, whether Windows or Mac.

Multi-layered encryption

More protection and peace of mind

Your files are now secure and can only be accessed by someone with the correct encryption key.

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File storage encryption

Make sure your data is always safe

With PureEncrypt, you can be sure that your
stored data is safe from unauthorized access. Plus,
it does not require technical knowledge and takes
a few seconds to encrypt drive folders.

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Prevent data breaches

Hide your files via

You have some important files, pictures,
folders, or cloud storage that you want to keep
safe, so you encrypt them using PureEncrypt.

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Access and encrypt files
on your device

The best part? It’s an open source, so you can rest
assured that your data is never compromised.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Are encrypted files illegal?


    No, encrypted files are not illegal. In fact, encryption is a great way to protect your data and keep your information safe. However, there are countries that have laws against encryption, so it is important to check the laws in your country before encrypting your data.

  • Is iPhone storage encrypted?


    Yes, iPhone storage is encrypted by default. This means that your data is protected from anyone who doesn’t have your passcode. If you’re concerned about the security of your data, we recommend setting a strong and complex passcode for your device.

  • How to know if your storage is encrypted?


    There are a few key ways to tell if your storage is encrypted. A green lock icon next to the storage device in your file explorer indicates that the disk is encrypted and secure. Secondly, a noticeable decrease in speeds indicates that your files are encrypted. Encryption can often slow down access to files, so this is a good indicator that your data is safe. Thirdly, a message or prompt from your computer asking for a password before it will allow access to the drive is a sure sign that encryption is in place.

  • How do I know if my laptop is encrypted?


    There are a few ways to tell if your laptop is encrypted. One way is to check the settings in your security or privacy software. If you see an option to encrypt your hard drive, chances are your laptop is already encrypted. Another way to tell is to look for a lock icon or other indication that your data is secure when you start up your laptop. If you see a lock icon, that means your data is encrypted and secure. If you’re not sure whether or not your laptop is encrypted, you can always contact your IT department or the manufacturer of your security software for more information.

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