DSafe Transfers data under secured layer

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an encryption protocol that securely transfers data over a network. DSafe uses TLS to protect the privacy of backup data being transferred. Secured layer is essential in keeping your machines entry points (ports) safe from hackers. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates, are essential during this process. DSafe internally generates these certificates, unique and free for you.

Transfer Files without attracting Viruses / Ransomware

If DSafe guidelines are followed you will be able to protect your backup data from Ransomware / Virus attacks. A sizeable portion of our customers are professionals with 5 to 30 machines and they invariably do not have an inhouse IT person overseeing the machine security. Pen drives/Data downloads given by customers are frequently exchanged making it impossible to avoid virus attacks. Such offices regularly fall prey to Virus / Ransomware attacks. Until date all my customers who follow our recommendations have managed to restore their data even though their entire network has got infected.