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How does WD Sync encrypt your data?

July 1st, 2010

WD Sync password protects your synchronized data to ensure a high level security. All synchronized data is 128-bit encrypted (AES 128-bit encryption). This data cannot be accessed from outside the WD Sync program (the program must be run in order to access the data).

When run, WD Sync leaves absolutely no files behind, keeping your information secure, regardless of the system you’re using. You can use a public computer, a friend’s computer or a colleague’s computer without leaving behind any trace (cookies, temp & history files). With WD Sync, your personal files and Outlook/Outlook Express files remain on your Passport hard drive, and are not copied to the computers you visit.

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