Ghacks Deals: SpiderOak ONE 2TB Cloud Storage: 1-Yr Subscription (84% off) - gHacks Tech News

Ghacks Deals: SpiderOak ONE 2TB Cloud Storage: 1-Yr Subscription (84% off)


SpiderOak ONE is an online backup service by SpiderOak that promises strong encryption and a focus on privacy. Different plans are available that share the same functionality but offer different online storage quotas.

Today's deal is for the second-largest plan that SpiderOak offers, the 2 Terabyte cloud storage plan.

The application is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and access is also available through a web interface and mobile apps.

Files are encrpyted locally by the installed client application before the data is transferred to cloud storage. SpiderOak cannot access the files because of that. It means, however, that you need to supply your account password if you use the web service or mobile apps to access files stored online.

Today's deal is for a one-year SpiderOak One subscription with 2 Terabyte of cloud storage. You can use the clients on an unlimited number of devices. All of that is available for $39.99.

Click here to open the SpiderOak deal on Ghacks Deals


You create new data every day, from important documents to photos. Shouldn't you keep it safe? SpiderOak ONE ensures that your data is safe regardless of what comes you way, providing secure, reliable backup to protect your files from data loss and ransomware. With end-to-end encryption, ONE ensures all of your data is protected before it even leaves you computer, and is encrypted again while in transit to, and at rest on SpiderOak servers. Because your personal files are important. Get in on SpiderOak now and you'll enjoy a brand new version of the app, complete with a gorgeous user experience and seamless syncing across platforms and languages.

'SpiderOak ONE may be the most secure cloud storage provider out there,' 81/100, Cloudwards

Get 2TB of cloud storage from SpiderOak ONE
Recovery feature can restore your data to its proper state before ransomware hits
Seamlessly sync data between all of your devices, regardless of operating system
Share files securely w/ others through a web-based interface
Create temporary, self-destructing links to single files in your backup
SpiderOak ONE maintains no knowledge of your password, any data stored on their servers, or the metadata associated w/ your files

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    1. Arne Anka said on January 16, 2018 at 4:32 pm

      No, that’s only 69% off… A 2TB 1 year subscription is US$129 on their site… :-)

    2. thebrowser said on January 17, 2018 at 2:03 am

      Hi, anyone can give some feedback on how reliable is SpiderOak in regard to security and privacy? I assume that because of the local encryption it is already much safer when compared to other alternatives like dropbox?


      1. AxMi-24 said on January 17, 2018 at 8:38 pm

        They seem to be very good. I kept using them until now but switched to Tresorit. Issue with Spideroak is that mobile client uses cloud to decrypt making it anything but secure while Tresorit doesn’t.

        However, Spideroak is a LOT cheaper, so if you don’t need mobile access (I use a free account for mobile and paid for PC but it is very easy to share in Tresorit) then Spideroak is the best option.

        Those two are the only two properly secure backup/sync services that I know off. Rest are at best a joke.

        1. thebrowser said on January 18, 2018 at 6:19 pm

          Thanks for the feedback, I guess I will try both and compare them. I read good things about SpiderOak already so I will only have to keep in mind the encryption issue in the mobile client.

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