FastMail.fm hosts my personal email account. Now they claim to have reliable backup services, but I'd like to have my own copy of my email archives. What I'd like to do is back up to my VPS, which ...
I have a server on which I keep an encrypted backup of some data. The server updates the backup once a day if the data has been changed and is physically accessible to many people. Further, I would ...
Let's assume I have an 18GB database that is backed up nightly by dumping the database and then encrypted using a modern algorithm such as AES-256. This database has a daily update of rate of ...
I'm working on an automated backup solution to protect my files on my Linux servers. However, I'm not sure about how to securely encrypt the resulting archives. I am using 64bit linux, and I am ...
I'm just curious and it's more like a mind game, I'm not into cryptography. How would one encrypt data that's constantly generated? Put the data automaticly into chunks encrypt the chunk and send it ...
How to back up encrypted data over a VPN connection? The encrypted container, the data within or encrypted individual files?
Given a (TrueCrypt) encrypted volume on one device A, what is the more secure way to back it up via a VPN connection to the physically far away device B? Backup the data: Requires the volume to be ...
Can this be done safely? I want to print 2 pdf’s containing personal/banking information from a computer at work. It has CrashPlan Pro running and I don’t want a copy of the files to be made that I ...
I've read in various places to not mount your truecrypt volume in the same place as your Dropbox or Sugarsync folder. I believe this only matter for Mac/Linux, but I need some verification. On a Mac, ...
A "soon to enter beta" online backup service, Bitcasa, claims to have both de-duplication (you don't backup something already in the cloud) and client side encryption. ...
Obviously, securely backing up sensitive data is a challenge. A remote backup is important for surviving a variety of disasters. What are some of the "gotcha's" lurking out there, and what best ...