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As soon as it hits the driver (drive), it's encrypted.  That absolutely means the local cache is encrypted.


Alex has a nice (fairly thorough) write up about the encryption.  But basically, we wanted to make sure it was as secure as possible.


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I called this "Full Round Trip Encryption", for a lack of a better term, and it was very much a core part of the original design.


Specifically, what this means is that any byte that gets written to an encrypted cloud drive, is never stored in its unencrypted form on any permanent storage medium (either locally or in the cloud).

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