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How to Recover From Ransomware

By | November 16th, 2017

…the command and control server operated by the cybercriminals behind the attack to generate the cryptographic keys to be used on the local system. 3 Encryption The ransomware starts encrypting any files it can find on local machines and the network. 4 Extortion With the encryption work done, the ransomware displays instructions for extortion and ransom payment, threatening destruction of…

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HDD vs SSD: What Does the Future for Storage Hold? — Part 2

By | March 13th, 2018

…2.0 million hours File Copy / Write Speed The range can be anywhere from 50–120MB/s Generally above 200 MB/s and up to 550 MB/s for cutting edge drives Encryption Full Disk Encryption (FDE) Supported on some models Full Disk Encryption (FDE) Supported on some models File Opening Speed Slower than SSD Up to 30% faster than HDD Affected by Magnetism…

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How To Back Up Your NAS with B2 and CloudBerry

By | December 7th, 2017

…also supports encryption and compression. Make sure to record the password you use to encrypt files, or you won’t be able to restore your backup. Configure retention policies: You can make CloudBerry back up only the most recent version of files, keep all versions, or delete backups older than a specific number of days — helpful for managing backup storage…

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Backing Up WordPress

By | September 27th, 2017

…the developer know if there is a feature or backup destination you’d like them to add to their plugin. Other features and options to consider in choosing a backup plugin are: Whether encryption of your backup data is available What are the options for automatically deleting backups from the storage destination? Can you globally exclude files, folders, and specific types…

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Power Tips for Backblaze Backup

By | December 21st, 2017

…verification in case you lose access to your smartphone and the authentication app. Sign in to your account to set that up. Add Additional Security to Your Data All transmissions of your data between your system and our servers is encrypted. For extra account security, you can add an optional private encryption key (PEK) to the data on our servers….

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How to make strong encryption easy to use

By | November 12th, 2008

…recommend encrypting your data locally so that even in the event of retrieval, there still exists an encryption layer to the file (think of it as building an encryption ‘onion’ – at the core is your local encryption, with the standard BackBlaze encryption surrounding that, with your private key surrounding that. rharder Ryan, that’s exactly right: Backblaze would need (DOES…

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All about FileVault: Encryption for your Mac

By | June 9th, 2016

…FileVault keeps your data safe if your Mac is ever stolen or lost by encrypting the hard drive. What does that mean, though? Let’s demystify FileVault and find out more about how it works with things like Backblaze. What is FileVault? “FileVault” is Apple’s term for disk encryption. It’s been around in its current incarnation since OS X…

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Data Storage Disasters SMBs Should Avoid

By | December 27th, 2016
Avoid Data Disasters

…data offsite are good encryption candidates. Anyone in-house who handles customer records or sensitive business intelligence should also use encryption wherever practical. Make sure that you keep a (secure) record of the encryption keys needed to decrypt any protected systems to avoid data recovery problems down the road. Encrypting endpoint data is important, but so is encrypting data in transit….

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