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[liberationtech] Safe app like Dropbox?

The Doctor drwho at virtadpt.net
Mon Jan 7 11:22:59 PST 2013


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On 01/06/2013 03:50 PM, John Adams wrote:
> Why don't you just get around the problem entirely and use
> Dropbox's storage for encrypted disk images?

There are other ways of doing so as well.  Media collections on blogs,
for example.

> If you have data sufficiently encrypted, it doesn't matter how it's
> stored.

Unless it takes forever and a day to download an encrypted volume of
files and tools from where you've stashed it.  It's a bit of a gamble
as to whether or not a 256 megabyte (or even 512 megabyte) TrueCrypt
volume will download in anything like a reasonable amount of time.
Found that one out the hard way late last year.

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