[OS X TeX] Compatibility of Lion and Snow Leopard file structures ?
gratzer at me.com
Tue Jan 31 15:49:52 EST 2012
Isn't the 1Password data file encrypted?
On 2012-01-31, at 11:28 AM, Christopher Menzel wrote:
> Am Jan 31, 2012 um 5:10 PM schrieb George Gratzer:
>> When I am finished with my data,
>> I put it on the internet…
> For the most part, so do I. What I was alluding to, of course, by singling our the mention of your 1Password data file was data that you presumably do not post on the internet, e.g., your tax returns, financial records, personal photos, etc where confidentiality matters. As always when it comes to such things, YMMV, but I myself make it a practice of not storing anything in "the cloud" unless (a) I don't care if the world sees it or (b) it is encrypted and the power to decrypt lies with me alone. Dropbox is crazy good vis-á-vis (a); (b), not so much.
>> On 2012-01-31, at 10:40 AM, Christopher Menzel wrote:
>>> Am Jan 31, 2012 um 4:19 PM schrieb George Gratzer:
>>>> ...My Dropbox also contains the 1Password data file and the Yojimbo data file.
>>> 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. Its more secure architecture and its long-term, incremental versioning make it a bit slower to update than Dropbox, which is amazingly fast, but changes still typically propagate within 30 seconds or so. (It's also less expensive per GB and .edu users get a 50% discount, FWIW.)
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