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An Invitation for CrashPlan Customers: Try Backblaze

By | August 22nd, 2017

…No Protect Accounts Via Two Factor Verification, SMS & Authenticator Apps Yes No No Protect Data Via Private Encryption Key Yes No No2 (1) All videos and files over 4GB require manual selection. (2) Available on Windows Only To get just some of the features offered by Backblaze for $50/year, you would need to purchase Carbonite Prime at $149.99/year. Reminder:…

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How to Recover From Ransomware

By | November 16th, 2017

…the network. Once in place, the ransomware then locks all files it can access using strong encryption. Finally, the malware demands a ransom (typically payable in bitcoins) to decrypt the files and restore full operations to the affected IT systems. Encrypting ransomware or “cryptoware” is by far the most common recent variety of ransomware. Other types that might be encountered…

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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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How to make strong encryption easy to use

By | November 12th, 2008

…Goal: Security done right Protecting the privacy of our users’ data is a top priority for us here at Backblaze and that means encryption. But providing a service that is extremely easy to use is also a key part of our vision and far too often encryption makes a product hard to use. This trade-off was unacceptable to us…

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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

…strikes, your organization can still move like a well-oiled machine. Not Using Encryption Data theft is such a pernicious problem these days, you need to use every safeguard you can manage to protect the integrity of your data and its safety. Someone could hack into your systems and steal information, or a careless employee can leave an unguarded laptop on…

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Backing Up Linux to Backblaze B2 with Duplicity and Restic

By | October 19th, 2017

…Each time a backup runs, only changed data is backed up. On each backup run, a snapshot is created enabling restores to a specific date or time. Restic assumes that the storage location for repository is shared, so it always encrypts the backed up data. This is in addition to any encryption and security from the storage provider. Restic help…

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