SafeVector Vault is a data encryption software for Windows, Mac and Linux PCs that helps in protecting private files within “vaults” of 256-bit encryption. These vaults can be stored on the local hard drive, or on cloud services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and Box. Most cloud providers encrypt data at the time of transmission, or they keep the decryption keys for themselves, which increase the chance of these keys to be stolen, copied, or misused. SafeVector Vault will enable the users to keep the key of their private data in their own hands, and hence advancing the data security.

  • AES and 256-bit Encryption for files – Using a powerful 256-bit encryption algorithm, SafeVector Vault is fully capable to safely secure the most sensitive files. 256-bit encryption is the length of the encryption key used to encrypt a data stream or file. Once a file is encrypted, the decryption is only possible with the security key. A hacker will require 2256 different combinations to decrypt the message, which is virtually impossible by even the fastest computers.
  • Vault creation and syncing with the cloud storage service – SafeVector Vault allows the user to create encrypted vaults on their preferred cloud storage services including Google Drive, Dropbox, etc. Each vault is encrypted with a password and contain as many files and folders as one needs.
    Cross-platform support – SafeVector Vault is developed to support all platforms including Linux, Windows, macOS, Android, and IOS.
  • Optional recovery key for master password of the vault – SafeVector Vault creates an additional unique recovery key that ensures that if the user forget their password, they are able to create a new one. It is a human readable form of the decrypted masterkey and therefore independent of the current vault password and highly confidential.
  • Supports WebDAV, FUSE, and Dokany for easy integration – SafeVector Vault supports three different technologies (called adapters) for easy integration into the system after unlocking of the vault. These technologies include;
    • WebDAV – a standardized protocol to manage directories and resources
    • Dokany – a windows specific driver for a deeper system integration
    • FUSE – a linux specific kernel module for a deeper system integration, also available for macOS