• Data Transfer Using 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL

    We choose to apply 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL in data transfer. It’s an advanced encryption that can effectively protect your data from being tampered, intercepted, and cracked. Please rest assured, it’s 100% safe for you to use the service of MultCloud.

  • MultCloud does not save your data and files

    When you try to visit one of your cloud drive accounts via MultCloud, a connection will be built up automatically between the two servers of MultCloud and the cloud drive you request. It works as a channel and all the files and data that you visited via MultCloud will not be saved on our server. They are still kept in their original cloud drives. Thus there is no need for you to worry about the privacy and security of your data. MultCloud can only be allowed to access into your cloud drive accounts with your own permission.

  • MultCloud does not save the username and the password for your cloud drive accounts

    The username and password for the cloud drive accounts that you added into MultCloud will not be recorded. The authorization system of MultCloud is based on OAuth, which is a standard authorization framework that enables third party applications to build up a connection to cloud services without username and password required. Such as Google Drive, SkyDrive and Dropbox etc support for the OAuth authorization. In this case, no one will be able to get the password for your cloud drive accounts, including MultCloud.