File Drop Vault

Secure Communications for Professionals and their Clients

How can I Install FDV?

FDV has become a popular tool among professionals and their clients who need to send and receive confidential information. To install FDV Choose the correct version for your operating system.

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Reasons to use FDV

We live in a world that requires multi-tasking.
Communications is so easy now.  And because it’s easy, it’s easy to make big mistakes.  FDV helps professionals prevent them.

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What makes FDV Different?

Peter Thomas, FDV’s lead architect, explains the revolutionary encryption process FDV uses and the safeguard measures that guarantees secure communication.

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Recent Blog Posts

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