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Dropbox Admits Hack, Adds More Security Features
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edyang73
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5/24/2014 | 11:41:00 PM
Fine for personal pictures
Dropbox is fine for casual things such as personal pictures, but not senstive business or customer data. For that I use CertainSafe, the only file sharing service with MicroTokenization, which breaks a file up and encrypts the pieces. Almost unhackable.
AustinAnalyst
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8/2/2012 | 2:54:57 PM
re: Dropbox Admits Hack, Adds More Security Features
What methods/software are available to encrypt data at the PC level ? How would we recover the encryption for all the encrypted files stored on the cloud in the event of a PC crash & rebuild ??
cruiz
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8/2/2012 | 9:39:37 AM
re: Dropbox Admits Hack, Adds More Security Features
Well sorry but I've had enough with Drpbox.. I decided changing of online backup solution. Surfing the net I found something called "Bajoo" and read everything about what they do. I'm really interested cause they have, like, everything! encryption, secret pass phrase, etc... I'm considering it.
NMORRIS926
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8/1/2012 | 7:00:53 PM
re: Dropbox Admits Hack, Adds More Security Features
After last yearGs embarrassing data breaches, Dropbox promised to implement additional safeguards Gǣto prevent this from happening again.Gǥ Whoops, it just happened again.

here are my thoughtsGǪ
http://jacksonshaw.blogspot.ca...

Read more at http://macdailynews.com/2012/0...


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