CloudMounter 2.0: an ultimate cloud manager with a high-end encryption algorithm

Alex Taylor in Mac Software,Security Software
28 Apr 2017, 09:27

You know CloudMounter as the newest Mac app developed by Eltima. This Mac utility allows an easy access to and management of all your cloud data via Finder as if it were kept on your Mac’s hard drive. Update 2.0 brings the encryption feature, learn more about it below.

Encrypt cloud data

CloudMounter is a cloud manager that lets you mount OpenStack, OneDrive, Google Drive, Amazon S3 and Dropbox services and remote FTP, SFTP, FTPS and WebDAV servers as Mac disks for easy access directly on your computer. Mount all your cloud storages and manage your documents without having to synchronize them with your Mac or copy the content on the hard drive.

The app’s minimalistic interface is an additional bonus – it looks like a connection manager where each cloud service and web server is assigned with a key. CloudMounter cares about your privacy – all your login data is securely stored in macOS Keychain and goes directly to the servers through encrypted channels.

Now you can encrypt your files for even better security as well as secure cloud storages and servers to access them only from your copy of CloudMounter. Thanks to our high-end encryption algorithm (AES256) viewing the data in your accounts from any point of access other than CloudMounter will show nothing but nonsense. User content becomes unreadable to those who do not have the decryption key.

The highlights of this update:

  • Encryption:
    There is no doubt about the security of your FTP/SFTP/WebDAV servers or any supported Cloud Storages when you are using CloudMounter. You can easily set up data encryption and secure cloud storages and servers to access them only from your copy of CloudMounter.
  • OpenStack Swift storage system:
    The constant work on expanding the list of supported cloud storages made possible the support for OpenStack Object Storage – the high performance public cloud.

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