You can also use viivo which encrypt the files on the client side
Or simply use EncFS encrypted file system and sync the sync files to Dropbox. See this: http://ninjatips.com/encrypt-d...
Kevin1Kanode writes: Next time before you lick that "share/post" button,ask yourself "Do I necessarily want others to know this?". Scammed Facebook users could lose insurance claims because they post too much information online ‘One friend of mine recently updated his status to say he was annoyed with his phone network. A hacker could easily use that information to then get hold of your email address and send an email which looks official saying, “we’re sorry you have had a bad experience, please click on this link for some money back''.' Maybe consider disabling the Facebook timeline?
I usually walk my dogs around the Tropicana Field where the Republican National Convention will be holding the cocktail party. They turned Tropicana Field into a fortress. I guess i have to find another spot to walk my dogs. I don't think I would make it through all those barricades without an invitation.
Kevin1Kanode writes: Sep 2001,FBI arrested Cody Kretsinger, a core member of LulzSec for hacking into the Sony Pictures website. London based VPN provider Hide My Ass (HMA) appears to have played a vital role in Kretsinger’s arrest. It doesn’t take too much imagination to see that VPNs can also be used for outright illegal activities, copyright violations and hacking for example. All VPN providers know this and, while their terms and conditions always state that their services are not to be used for illegal activities, they derive a portion of their revenue from users who signed up for just that purpose, something all VPN providers are aware of. If a provider does not log your IP address and does not log your activity while using their system, how would they be able to investigate anything?