ZUG, SWITZERLAND (PRWEB) November 30, 2015
Less than 30 days remaining till the end of the pCloud Crypto Hacking Challenge! For the past two months more than 2,000 computer specialists failed to break pCloud's file encryption functionality - pCloud Crypto. The challenge was launched at the end of September. By now, the highest percentage of the hacking attempts have come from the US – 22.05%, followed by India - 11.81% and Great Britain - 10.14%.
“In order to show how confident we are in our work, we are putting the real platform to the test,” said pCloud's CEO Mr. Tunio Zafer. The registered participants are given access to an account containing an encrypted folder. Whoever succeeds in decrypting the locked information and send the plain-text files to pCloud will receive an award of $20,000 or its equivalent in Bitcoin. The challenge will be opened for hacking attempts until December 28, 2015.
“The pCloud Crypto protection is a revolutionary way to keep users' personal data safe and secure,” said Mr. Zafer. “Only the user and no one else has access to their files. Even pCloud's administrators are unable to see what is inside the encrypted folders.”
pCloud is a Swiss company specialized in developing secure cloud storage and file sharing solutions. In less than two years pCloud reached a level comparable to world's best cloud companies. It currently has 3 million registered users worldwide. Among the company's unique features are pCloud Drive; pCloud Crypto; pCloud Business, broad file sharing options, such as creating Upload/Download Links and Inviting users to folders; automatic upload and file synchronization, and many other functionalities. pCloud offers a full set of applications - for desktop, mobile and web. With pCloud, users can access and work with their files on the go, anytime and anywhere in the world. Plus, by installing any of pCloud's applications, users benefit from having all of their cloud storage space directly accessible on their device, without taking any physical space on user's computer or mobile.
You can download pCloud's apps from App Store, Google Play and http://www.pcloud.com
For further information about the pCloud Challenge, please visit http://www.pcloud.com/challenge