• New: SharedSafe is now freeware.


  • New: Released SharedSafe’s encryption implementation as open source on github.
  • New: Removed the strong naming from SharedSafe’s DLLs to enable alternative implementations of SharedSafe’s encryption.
  • New: SharedSafe detects and handles FTP connection failures caused by Firewalls wrongly manipulating FTP commands.
  • Fixed: SharedSafe’s Launcher could not be started in a remote desktop session.
  • Fixed: The dialog to tell SharedSafe the location of a Safe created on a FTP server had an incorrect browse button.
  • Fixed: There was a rare performance problem when accessing meta data on a FTP server.


  • New: SharedSafe now has a retry mechanism before stopping the Synchronization of a Linked Folder because of communication problems.
  • New: The home directory for Safes created on FTP servers can now be specified.
  • New: When creating a Safe, SharedSafe now asks at the beginning for the Linked Folder location. Before this was asked at the end of the dialog which was confusing.
  • New: The Launcher shows the option to share Safes only if a Safe already has been added/created in the configuration.
  • New: Nicer and more speaking icons for the Launcher.
  • Fixed: FTPS connections with certain Fritzbox products could not be established.
  • Fixed: SharedSafe could not upload data to certain Fritzbox products.
  • Fixed: Non FTPS accounts did always use port 21 instead of the user specified port.
  • Fixed: Increase the maximum number of characters to accept as response code from IMAP servers.


  • New: Support for Dropbox.


  • Fixed: Safes could not be generated with the FTP server of the Fritzbox 7170.
  • Fixed: Under rare conditions SharedSafe lost the connection to a FTP Server.
  • Fixed: Could not log in to an IMAP server when the username or password contained non-ASCII characters.
  • Hacked: Improve the chances that the overlay icons are shown.


  • Fixed: Because of a problem in our build mechanism, the setup in version 2.0.3250 contained the wrong version number, which resulted in SharedSafe complaining that there is a more recent version available (which wasn’t). Version 2.0.3251 fixes this problem. We are sorry for the trouble this may have caused you. We will do everything to ensure that this kind of problems won’t happen again.


  • Fixed: SharedSafe’s Launcher failed to start on some Windows configurations.

  • Fixed: Apply reasonable minimum sizes for SharedSafe’s dialogs.

  • New: SharedSafe’s status window – which appears when clicking on on the tray icon – can be closed by clicking on the tray icon again.


  • Security Fix: Users of read-only Safe Keys could delete files in certain circumstances. Please update SharedSafe!

  • Fixed: Layout of the password input box in the “Export Safe” dialog.


  • New: Support for FTP/FTPS as Online Storage for Safes.

  • New: When creating an IMAP server account: optional automatic TLS/SSL detection.

  • Fixed: After having accepted SSL certificate exceptions the server is not allowed to change the certificate details subsequently.


  • New: After 30 days, the Trial Edition changes to the Free Version, which supports the synchronization of one Folder only.

  • Fixed: Restart Synchronization Engine when a new license is installed.

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1. Subject matter of the licence agreement

The rootloft GmbH (LLC) (subsequently: rootloft) possesses the exclusive sales rights to the software „SharedSafe“. The program is offered exclusively in the way of the online-download. There is no claim for the delivery of a data carrier.

The user who acquires the software by online-download is granted the rights of use that are specified in numeral 2.

The declarations on the website of SharedSafe are conclusively decisive for the nature of the software, as well as the declarations there concerning the system requirements. rootloft does not owe a nature of the software that exceeds that.

rootloft expressly indicates that the user of the software has to use an IMAP-mail-server that complies with the requirements of RFC 3501. rootloft also indicates that virus scanners and desktop-firewall-programs may disturb or impair the functionality of the software.

2. Rights of use

First, the user downloads a trial-version of the computer program „SharedSafe“ via the website whose usage is limited to 30 days.

For an unlimited and permanent use of the program, the user has to acquire an unlock code at his expense subsequently.

Upon payment of the unlock code at his expense and the corresponding entry of the code, the user acquires a simple, non-exclusive, not transferrable and temporally unlimited right to install and to use the acquired version of the software.

The program is offered in two different types of licences, as „Personal Licence“ and as „Commercial Licence“.

The purchase of a so-called personal license entitles the purchaser to install and use the software on an unlimited number of computers for private and commercial usage as long as the purchaser is the only person who uses the software.

The purchase of a so-called commercial licence entitles the purchasing enterprise to install the software on an optional number of computers of the enterprise. The right to use may simultaneously only be executed by the maximum number of natural persons who have been indicated at the purchase and for whom the purchaser has paid the purchase price. The purchaser of a commercial-licence may only use the software for the purpose to handle his internal business transactions and those by such enterprises who are connected with him in the sense of § 15 AktG (= Public Companies Act) (allied companies). A usage by third parties, especially in the way of the operation of a data centre for third parties or of the temporary making-available of the software (e.g. in the way of the application service providing or cloud computing) for third parties is not permitted.

The right of use only extends to the acquired version of the program and does not include any obligation for update or upgrade.

It is generally forbidden to relet the program commercially, and it is also forbidden to pass resp. to sell the software permanently to third persons.

The further development, processing, reconfiguration, re-engineering, translation as well as the sale of the program is not allowed.

The user may only reproduce the software that is subject matter of the contract as far as the reproduction is necessary for the intended use of the software.

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In the case of a loss of data, rootloft shall only be liable for that effort that is required from the user in case of data saving according to the rules in order to recover the data. The user is obliged to care for a saving of his data according to the rules.

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a) in the case of intention to the full amount, as well as in the case of a missing quality for which the seller has guaranteed;

b) in the case of gross negligence only in the amount of the predictable damage that should have been prevented by the violated obligation;

c) in other cases: only out of the violation of an essential contractual duty if by that the purpose of the contract is endangered, but always only in the amount of the damage that can be typically predicted.

Towards users of the cost-free trial-version of the software, the liability of the rootloft GmbH shall be limited to intention and gross negligence.

The preceding liability limitations do not apply for damages of a violation of life, body, health, nor for claims according to the Product Liability Act.

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Besides, the user may not use the software for military purposes or for activities and services by which the lives, bodies or the health of human beings can be violated.

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