Suppose I create an encrypted container using VeraCrypt and want to upload it to Google Drive/One Drive for storage. The container is encrypted with AES-256.
I know that no one can extract any meaning from that random data.
But I am a very paranoid person!
I know that the random data doesn't make any sense, but those people can still read all of that (random) data. And that's where I get uncomfortable!
It's like I have stored my important belongings in a very strong locker and sent the locker into the "wild". The adversaries can see through it, but the locker camouflages the things inside. BUT, the things are still there in their hands, somewhere hidden inside the locker.
I don't want anyone to read any of my data at all, whether encrypted or not.
Is there any way of preventing the adversaries from accessing the (encrypted) data at all, even after releasing the data?
Note: Though I have specifically mentioned the above 2 online storage companies, but for me everyone is an adversary, from Google/Microsoft to the very capable Three-letter-agencies and their powerful governments. And I don't want them to access any of my data, even if it's encrypted.