c0dege3k Posted July 2, 2011 Share Posted July 2, 2011 (edited) I found a dropbox alternative called Spideroak (spideroak.com) that, as far as I can tell, is definitely more secure. This is a quote from the "Engineering matters" page on the site: With SpiderOak, you create your password on your own computer -- not on a web form received by SpiderOak servers. Once created, a strong key derivation function is used to generate encryption keys using that password, and no trace of your original password is ever uploaded to SpiderOak with your stored data. I'm no security specialist or anything, but it sounds pretty good to me. Thoughts? (and if you're gonna join use this link please :) https://spideroak.com/download/referral/78131cdb2e740f8b2b2bf6cd6eda5e15) Edited July 2, 2011 by c0dege3k Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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