CryptPad: An Encrypted Open Source Google Docs Alternative for Privacy Cautious Users

Brief CryptPad is an amazing open-source online suite for creating documents spreadsheets presentations boards and more. The best part is that all the documents are encrypted. Take a look at CryptPad in this weeks open source software highlight.

Without a doubt Googles suite of online office products that include Google Docs Google Sheets and Google Slides is popular among the Internet users. It is available for free has plenty of features and integrates with other Google services.

Not everyone trusts Google specially not the people who care about the privacy of their data. For such privacy aware people I have found an excellent open source online office suite called CryptPad.

As the name indicates CryptPad focuses on encryption. All your data stored in the cloud is encrypted with your own key. Sounds good Lets see more details on it.

Ranging from a text editor to whiteboards and kanban boards CryptPad offers the best of the bunch. .


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