(also encoded file transfer)
Encrypted file transfer is a secure way of sharing files from one device to another or using a network to ensure the confidentiality and integrity of the data. When you encrypt a file, the information inside is in an unreadable format that can become only readable again by using a decryption key or a password. The sender and receiver are the only ones who have it. Encryption helps prevent access from unauthorized parties, viruses, or other types of malware. It is essential to encrypt files that contain sensitive data such as personal information, confidential business data, or financial records.
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