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A Digital Folder is an Illusion

The way we interact in the digital world is a replica of how we interact in the physical world, making us believe that...

Welcome, Wuala Users! Enjoy 10% OFF Yearly Plans

This handy guide will help you make the transition from Wuala to SpiderOak.

Privacy vs. Security: The Distinction You Need to Know

Privacy is going one step further by giving zero visibility into the lives of customers.

Status Report, August 2015

Status Report, August 2015

The Key to Privacy No One's Talking About

A password to your files is nothing if you don't hold the keys to your data.

Why Privacy Matters to All of Us

When Americans learned about the NSA mass surveillance program, only a fraction of online users took the necessary steps to...

How Does Zero Knowledge Protect My Privacy?

Companies around the world fail to make their customers’ privacy a major priority. In fact, the more information they can...

SpiderOak Upgrades Zero Knowledge Backup Solution and Closes Series A Round

Privacy solutions company SpiderOak today launched SpiderOakONE, the latest major release of its popular Zero Knowledge backup solution.

SpiderOak's Refer-a-Friend Program

Recently we've had some big changes are are excited for even more in the coming months. We are currently...

Privacy is a Knife

It’s the never-ending debate: Privacy v. Security. Our security officer talks about the recent Germanwings pilot who crashed...

Encryption is the 2nd Amendment for the Internet

Encryption is how privacy-conscious Internet users fight back and protect themselves online

SpiderOak Mobile App: Fun with Internationalization

As we release our mobile app with support for six languages - English (two dialects), French, German, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish...

Happy World Backup Day: Why We Love Our Customers

As anyone who’s ever worked a customer service job will tell you, working with people is not always a joy. That’s why I feel so lucky that..

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