Yes, you can. But this is optional. Here are the methods you can use: Method 1: Using PIN-Code Device Encryption You can supply a storage device that uses hardware-based device encryption with a physical PIN pad for all import. If you do so, you must provide the PIN Code in your import job. Method 2: Using […]
Cold Storage is just as secure as Zoolz’s regular storage; your files undergo 3 levels of encryption; 256-AES machine level encryption, transferred via secure sockets layer, and stored on encrypted 256-AES Server Side encryption. The bottom line is that your files are processed with zero knowledge. For more information about the security in Zoolz, click […]
Unfortunately, since we use a military-grade encryption; 256-AES, the only thing you can do is try very hard to remember your password. There is no way to decipher your files without the exact password.
The encryption password is the one that you set during the backup configuration process, and after that, you will not be able to change it, unless you start a new backup, by doing the following: Uninstall the Zoolz desktop software. (Start → All Programs → Zoolz → Zoolz Tools → Uninstall → Make sure to un-check […]
Yes, Zoolz will not upload duplicate files twice even if encryption is enabled. But if these duplicate files are stored on two different machines, they will be uploaded once only if the encryption passwords used on the two machines are identical.
Your files are actually safer while stored in your Zoolz account than on your computer. Other people under your account cannot see your files and you cannot see their files. Zoolz employees are prohibited from viewing the content of files you store in your Zoolz account. In addition, we employ a number of physical and […]