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Golden Frog logoGolden Frog has announced the start of early access for its new cloud storage service.

Dump Truck is billed as a "professional-grade, massive" online storage service. But aside from touting the absence of file size limitations and no use of data deduplication, the company isn't revealing price or total storage available.

They do say that they store files on their own servers with 256 bit SSL used for transfer and 256 bit AES file encryption with your own private key.

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Golden Frog is emailing early access invitations to "a limited number" of Giganews Diamond members. Everyone else will just have to wait.

Golden Frog is the developer of VyprVPN Personal VPN [reviewed].

Try the Dump Truck page for more info.

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