Published Posts

  1. Backup your Enpass password database to Koofr

    Enpass is a secure vault that lets you store all your passwords in one place, keeping them safe with a master password. It lets you sync your password database to the cloud to help keep your data safe in case of loss or theft of your device. Using WebDAV protocol you can easily sync your Enpass password database to Koofr. Read on a find out how.

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  2. Save your Keepass2Android password database to Koofr with WebDAV

    Keepass2Android is an open-source password manager application for Android devices. It makes your life easier by storing all your passwords in an encrypted vault. Using WebDAV protocol, you can also simply save your password database to Koofr cloud storage. Read on and find out how.

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  3. Manage your Koofr files with FE File Explorer on your iOS devices

    Connect FE File Explorer and Koofr via WebDAV and enjoy the benefits of both applications on your iOS devices. Use the nearby transfer option, play your Koofr media files on Apple TV or lock FE File Explorer to your fingerprint and enjoy in the added security of your files. Read on and find out how you can connect FE File Explorer and Koofr.

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  4. Celebrating 7 years of Koofr

    It is Koofr's birthday week and we wanted to commemorate it with a very special blog post. We want to tell you more about our values and what we hold dear as a company. We want to talk about the changes we made on our journey from the idea to the product that is in front of you today. And of course, also about what still lies ahead of us. Read on and find out.

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  5. Why we love cloud storage

    It is Valentine’s Day week, so we want to spread some love. With us, it is love for cloud storage. Cloud storage is about storing and accessing data over the internet instead of on your hard drive. With an internet connection, cloud storage can be accessed from anywhere, anytime and from any device. What is there not to love, right?

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  6. What is online tracking and how do websites track you?

    Today we will talk about how websites track you, which tools they use to do it and what information they can collect without your knowledge. We will tackle the privacy issue of web tracking, explain how you can try to avoid being tracked and shed some light on Koofr views on privacy.

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  7. Strong passwords and how to remember them

    Each year we have more and more online accounts and staying on top of our digital lives is getting increasingly difficult. Using strong passwords is essential, as they are the first line of defence for your data. Read about how to improve the strength of your passwords and how to remember them easily in this blog post.

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  8. Why should you stop using FTP?

    Do you still swear by FTP? You might want to switch to other means of sharing files. Read more to find out all the reasons why you should stop using FTP.

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  9. Computer viruses, part 2: Types of viruses

    We continue our deep dive into the world of malware with an overview of types of computer viruses.

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  10. Horrible passwords of 2017– a list of examples

    Great minds think alike, right? We beg to differ in this case. Even though these horrible passwords are very common amongst internet users, they are anything but great …

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  11. Computer viruses 101; part 1

    What's lurking in the depths of the internet? Do you know what kinds of computer viruses are out there, threatening your data and files? The first part focuses on different types of computer viruses.

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  12. Why should you stop using USB drive NOW

    How are you moving your files around? Many people still rely on the good old USB stick. If you're among them, keep reading and see why you should put your USB drive in your drawer and keep it there for good!

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  13. Do you believe these myths about cloud storage?

    Let's see what the most common myths are and debunk them!

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  14. Do you know what these five cloud storage terms mean?

    It's time for some terminology lessons! Learn something new or check your existing knowledge by reading our list of most common terms, used in cloud storage, explained.

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  15. 5 ways Koofr keeps your files safe

    How does Koofr keep your files safe and how you can make sure you're using all the features in this aspect?

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  16. 9 ways to make your passwords less bad

    While a password itself isn't a bulletproof shield for your online privacy and security, you can still make sure you're not making hacker's lives easier with your weak password. How? Read on.

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  17. 6 tips to keep your smartphone safe and secure

    The following advice might strike some of you as really basic – those can consider this as merely a reminder. Others, grab your phones and make the necessary adjustments. ;)

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  18. Don't become a victim of a ransomware attack!

    While extorting internet users for money isn't a new business model, criminals these days are getting more skilled and ransomware attacks are becoming more frequent. Before you panic and contemplate swapping your email account with a flock of messenger pigeons, continue reading and see how you can protect yourself.

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  19. What is 2FA and why you should enable it now

    We are storing more important personal information online than we ever have before. Keeping it private and secure is, therefore, becoming increasingly important. Two-Factor Authentication or 2FA is here to lend a hand.

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  20. External hard drive vs. cloud backup

    The good and the bad of two of the most popular backing up options - external hard drive and cloud backup. We look at the pros and cons of both options and give you a suggestion on which one to choose for your backups.

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  21. How safe are my files on Koofr?

    We worry about your files so you don't have to. Learn more about how we ensure the safety and privacy of your files in Koofr in this blog post.

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