Internet-based online cloud services provide enormous volumes of storage space, tailor made computing resources and eradicates the obligation of native machines for data maintenance as well. Cloud storage service providers claim to offer the ability of secure and elastic data-storage services that can adapt to various storage necessities. Most of the security tools have a finite rate of failure, and intrusion comes with more complex and sophisticated techniques; the security failure rates are skyrocketing. Once we upload our data into the cloud, we lose control of our data, which certainly brings new security risks toward integrity and confidentiality of our data. In this paper, we discuss a secure file sharing mechanism for the cloud with the disintegration protocol (DIP). The paper also introduces new contribution of seamless file sharing technique among different clouds without sharing an encryption key.