There is one fact with humans: once they took some habits (in this case – bad habits), it’s very difficult to ask them change their behavior! It’s even true in information security. Today, we have access to plenty of awesome online applications which help us in our day-to-day activities. Thank
What Are You Sharing with Dropbox?
Dropbox is a well-known online service which allows you to share files between computers. If, in the past few months, new outsiders came on the same market, Dropbox remains the number one. If files are synchronized between Dropbox software clients, they also provide features to share files with third-party who
Dropbox? gpgdir to the Rescue!
During the last months, Dropbox, the well-known synchronization tool, was hit by bad stories. First, they changed their EULA (“End User License Agreement“) which clearly stated that Dropbox employees could access your files in case of very specific cases like law enforcement procedures. I always blogged about this. Then, researchers
Should Dropbox & Co be Killed?
I’m a big fan of the Dropbox application for a while. Dropbox helps you to synchronize your files within a personal deposit located in the cloud. If you have multiple Dropbox clients configured, your files will be instantly synchronized between all your devices when they come online. I use it