Security Basics
cloud back up Jan 17 2014 02:37PM
Peter Odigie (peterquid gmail com) (5 replies)
RE: cloud back up Jan 20 2014 10:27PM
JB JB (box500 inbox com)
RE: cloud back up Jan 20 2014 03:20PM
Dimitrios Hilton (dhilton theitguy us)
RE: cloud back up Jan 20 2014 01:44PM
Dimitris Siafarikas (jimsiaf91 hotmail com)
Hi,

I recently started to use Copy.com. It seems that it's the best cloud
company so far. With unlimited 5GB referrals. And for the security thing,
copy.com provides AES-256-SHA server-side encryption.

For the security paranoids, I would recommend SpiderOak. Offers the same
encryption, but SpiderOak takes the extra step of encrypting the decryption
key itself. This key can itself only be decrypted with the user's password,
which SpiderOak never knows (the full authentication process is laid out
here: https://spideroak.com/engineering_matters#user_auth).

Hope this helps!

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Subject: cloud back up

Hello all!

Please, I will like a recommendation for a security conscious cloud back up
service. Also, one that I can easily migrate from when I want to.

Many thanks!

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[ reply ]
Re: cloud back up Jan 20 2014 01:34PM
andres elliku (andreselliku gmail com)
Re: cloud back up Jan 20 2014 01:22PM
Matthew Caron (Matt Caron redlion net)


 

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