Stornest securely stores your confidential and private information to be shared with your designated beneficiaries in case something were to happen to you.
Dubai, UAE – May, 2018
We proudly announce the launch of Stornest.com, a new digital service whose mission is offers a peace of mind by securely storing your any information that you consider confidential and private today, but that should not be lost in case something were to happen to you.
Stornest is here for you to eliminate any risk of valuable information for your loved ones would get lost. Our service is here to store your most valuable information and share it with the ones you care about if needed one day. We will securely store your financial asset information, passwords, notes, favorite photos, or anything else that you would wish your loved to have. Just in case.
How does it work? As simple as 1-2-3.
Security is paramount to our service
Stornest service relies on the world’s most advanced security features and infrastructure and we apply this at each step of the service, from uploading files, to storing, to sharing of files with beneficiaries.
How do we do this? We use the world's most trusted cloud storage; data transferring is encrypted at all times using 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). To protect the data in transit between the browser and our servers, Stornest uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) for data transfer, creating a secure tunnel protected by 128-bit or higher Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.
Different clients have different needs, and our service plans and payment options are tailored to meet each client’s needs. Clients can choose from three plans, depending on their storage needs and number of beneficiaries, and payment can be made monthly, annually, or through a life-time subscription.
Visit our website www.stornest.com to learn more.
Contact person: Stefan Mladenovski
telephone nu: +18383000441
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