Google Docs Alternative ‘Skiff’ Adds Better Privacy Protection With End-To-End Encryption File Storage

A simple solution for privately storing or backing up any file

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Skiff, a privacy-focused document collaboration service that protects shared documents with end-to-end encryption, has added support for embedded files.

Users can now embed any type of file in their Skiff documents and, once embedded, the files are end-to-end encrypted so that only the creator and their collaborators can see them.

Not only is this a great way to store or back up files privately but it also widens the scope of Skiff for collaborative projects. Before this support was added, files related to collaborative projects had to be stored outside of Skiff in a potentially less private location. Now, they’re easily available in one place and protected with end-to-end encryption.



This support for embedded files is also compatible with Skiff’s integration with the Interplanetary Files System (IPFS) – a decentralized, peer-to-peer file storage solution. This means users can choose to store their encrypted files on Skiff’s servers or the decentralized IPFS.

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