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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
10
answered Risks with Amazon S3 and costs
Nov
10
comment Concerns of data being on the cloud
The resources an Amazon or Google can muster to deal with security are likely greater than that of any non IT based company. If you have critical data it should be encrypted before storage, no matter where its stored.
Nov
10
comment Concerns of data being on the cloud
I don't really see the difficulty of using a 'back down' program to an in house private disk.
Nov
10
comment Is there any asymmetrically encrypted file system?
The S3 filesystem supports this. Make an account. Only hand out write policies to those allowed to write. There is no concept of root.
Nov
10
awarded  Teacher
Nov
9
comment What does Amazon's S3 Server-side encryption protect against?
Is dropbox's encryption the same? All users share files through a master 'map' so they can't use encryption with different keys for each account. I don't know if Amazon uses different keys for each account, though.
Nov
9
answered What does Amazon's S3 Server-side encryption protect against?