[OS X TeX] Compatibility of Lion and Snow Leopard file structures ?

Louis Talman talmanl at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 14:14:37 EST 2012

On 1/31/12, Christopher Menzel <cmenzel at tamu.edu> wrote:

> Am Jan 31, 2012 um 4:19 PM schrieb George Gratzer:
> I am probably more paranoid than most, but the fact that Dropbox possesses
> the encryption keys to your data is one reason why I use (the oddly named)
> SpiderOak.

You can use Disk Utility to create 128- or 256-bit AES encrypted .dmg
files of (nearly) arbitrary size for which only you possess the key. I
do this with any files, whether or not they're going to be stored on
DropBox, that I don't want to be accessible to public eyes. (Because
the paranoids are spying on me, too!)

--Louis A. Talman
  Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences
  Metropolitan State College of Denver


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