Is Cubby secure?

Cubby uses SSL to protect data in transit. Data stored in the cloud is encrypted on disk in a state-of-the-art, secure data center in the USA. The servers and supporting infrastructure belong to LogMeIn and can only be accessed by a small team of system administrators, all of them LogMeIn employees.

DirectSync™ transfers are secured using public/private key encryption on the "pipe" between computers. Each computer running the Cubby desktop application is assigned a private key that never leaves the computer. This guarantees that no one can see what's being transferred between your computers via Cubby.

For extra assurance that nobody can see your sensitive files without authorization, try our enterprise or pro version and use Cubby Locks.

Read more at www.cubby.com/security.


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