The first developer preview of end-to-end encryption reinforced by blockchain technology is already available within the new version of ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors. It allows you not only to protect your local documents with a very strong 256-bit password to securely store them on any cloud platform but also encrypt the whole real-time co-editing process when working on DOCX, XSLX, PPTX, ODT, ODP, ODS documents within ONLYOFFICE. Wish to try? Read our today’s post to learn how to collaborate on your documents privately.
The end-to-end encryption is supported starting from version 5.2.3 of Document Server and version 9.6.4 of Community Server.
Please note! Save your mnemonic phrase and a password in a safe place as it is the only way to unlock your account.
Once the encryption is enabled, all your documents, as well as inputs, will be encrypted with AES-256.
Currently, the end-to-end encrypted co-editing is available for ONLYOFFICE solution only. You can store the encrypted documents on ownCloud or Nextcloud, but not collaborate on them in real-time.
Please note! To co-edit encrypted documents in real time, all co-authors must be connected to the cloud through desktop editors with the end-to-end encryption enabled.
To start co-authoring your document, just share it with your team providing access permissions.
You don’t need to enter any passwords once the end-to-end encryption is enabled.
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