All communications between Back2Cloud servers and your computer are transported in a 128-bit SSL (Secure Socket Layer) channel. Although all your backup files travel through a public network (internet), eavesdroppers have no knowledge of what has been exchanged.
All of your files are first zipped and encrypted with your defined encrypting key before they are sent to Back2Cloud servers. To all people but you, your files stored on Back2Cloud backup server are no more than some garbage files with random content.
The encrypting key used to encrypt your files resides only on your computer and is known only to you. Thus, even the system administrators will not be able to decrypt and view the content of your files stored on the backup server without your permission. This unfortunately means if the encrypting key is lost, you will never be able to recover your backup files.
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