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November 22, 2006

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Lester

Pando actually uses 256Bit AES encryption for all file transfers and has an option to password protect your files. Thats more security than any other file delivery service I've ever seen.

Marshall

I'm using a Zimbra hosting account instead. I think it's also secure, it enables up to 50MB files, which is more than enough for most cases, and provides a number of other useful features.

Andy Xiu

Also try out Otengo www.otengo.com. It is somewhat like Pando but works more in the background and has no annoying banner ads. It makes the process of sending several large files extremely easy.

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