I just installed bitdefender and see the file encryption feature. Is this compatible with Dropbox and Google Drive local folders? That is, can I put the Dropbox folder in an encrypted vault and not have it interfere with dropbox cloud sync?
Hello bal100 and welcome to the Bitdefender forums.
The scenario is not possible unless you leave the Bitdefender vault open. This defies, however, the purpose of having a file vault.
Please post back if you have other questions, thank you!
Dropbox encryption uses 256-bit AES keys to protect files at rest, and encrypts data in motion with 128-bit AES SSL/TLS encryption or better. Google Drive encryption is similar; files in motion are protected using 256-bit SSL/TLS encryption, while those at rest are encrypted with 128-bit AES keys.