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SpiderOak To Release Open Source 'Zero Knowledge' Privacy Framework For The Cloud

Framework can be applied on top of any existing application

January 30, 2013

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PRESS RELEASE

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--January 28, 2013--SpiderOak, the 'zero-knowledge' privacy cloud technologies provider, revealed today that the company will release an open source 'zero-knowledge' application framework (ZKAF) to push privacy further into the web than previously possible. The official launch will come at the RSA Conference in San Francisco and will further signify the evolution from Internet security to cloud privacy.

The ZKAF open source code will be made available on February 25. Additional details leading up to the announcement will be available at the SpiderOak website: https://spideroak.com

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