Discussion in 'Join' started by STDMachine, Dec 15, 2016.
Everything you upload to Google Drive is actually encrypted on the Google Drive Server.
The reason you can read it is because you are authorized to login/access that Google Drive account. Therefore it is "cleartext" to you. On the actual Google server, it's encrypted.
Everything on all of the major cloud providers (Google Drive, Dropbox, etc) is encrypted. It's decrypted by the "client software" (or the Web App) when an authorized user accesses it.
The encryption password in Join is for something else... (the "push")... maybe Joao can better explain how that works
Yes, that's exactly it! Thanks for explaining!
Sorry but there is an issue with the forum where it can't send out emails.Because of this the forum is in read-only mode at the moment.
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