I think I'll keep my files in a cloud-based storage too.
just brew it! wrote:I think I'll keep my files in a cloud-based storage too.
How does keeping your files in the Cloud make them more secure?
bthylafh wrote:The least effective and easiest to defeat is SMS/text-based, because it's not that hard for a determined adversary to redirect SMS traffic to a phone controlled by them.
Ricefields wrote:Hey. Since it is Cyber Security Awareness month I've decided to take extra steps in defending myself online. I've researched various articles like this (https://medium.com/@douglasethando/cyber-security-awareness-month-top-practices-for-next-level-privacy-and-anonymity-906aa9be5aa4) and such and gathered many tips. So I want to know what you guys and gals are doing to protect yourself? I use HTTPS Everywhere, Privacy Badger and uBlock Origin plugins, NordVPN with CyberSec turned on, ProtonMail for mail, use Incognito mode very frequently. I think I'll keep my files in a cloud-based storage too. And of course 2 step authentification where possible. What do you use? I'm curious.
Yan wrote:Anyone who tells you to put your files in the "cloud" (formerly called servers) for security doesn't know what he's talking about.