vaultbox is encrypted in Amazon Web Services cloud servers in Singapore. It applies zero access, meaning that no one without pre-authorisation - including the vaultbox administrator - can see what users have stored in their vaultbox accounts. The web application uses multi-factor authentication, SSL encryption as well as bank-grade SHA-256 encryption when connecting to users to ensure the transmission remains private and secure. All data is encrypted on the user’s browser before being uploaded to vaultbox. vaultbox whitepaper would provide a detailed technical description of how vaultbox works, and how it keeps all data completely secure and inaccessible. It is available upon request.
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