How To Add a Second Layer of Encryption to Dropbox

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In light of recent online revelations about Dropbox.com security and encryption, I recommend the following how-to if you’re interested in adding another layer of security to your Dropbox account:

How To Add a Second Layer of Encryption to Dropbox.

I’ve long used Apple’s encrypted disk images for both Dropbox files and local files I’m concerned about, also free, the method is outlined here:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1578

The main caveat form my perspective is that neither method allows access to the “dual-encrypted” files from iOS devices.  For example, I’d love to keep client info in a Numbers spreadsheet which I could edit on both my laptop and my iPad (and access on my iPhone for reference).  But alas…

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