If it's not off-site, it's not a backup. It's just another copy.
Once it leaves my home, I no longer fully control it, which is unacceptable.
Until it leaves your home, it's not really a backup, it's just another version. Finding a media to survive a fire is solving the wrong problem. The correct problem is to find a way for your data to survive a catastrophe that may or may not be of a type that you can guess before it happens, and the correct solution is off-site backups. Off-site does not imply cloud based, although cloud does qualify. A safe deposit box at a bank also works. Your grandmothers attic works. There are plenty of places that are outside your home but within your control.
My high school English teacher was Mr Garrison. I never met Mr. Slave.
This landing is gonna get pretty interesting.
No, two of them! At opposite ends of the galaxy!
Carry multiple pass phrases with you, and give the attacker the wrong one.
Yep. Any good deer rifle should do nicely. Caliber wont matter much, but for height you will need something high powered with a high muzzle velocity, like a
Yes, we're there. They just have a really long driveway.
When I first saw this story it reminded me of an old magazine cover, so I went digging.
But not a new idea.
Privileged hipster? Hey, I did my time at McDonald's so I know a shitty job when I see one. But it got me through college and college got me a reasonable job and that got me started on a career. I'm not in a big city, not (right) on a coast, and definitely not at a start up.
With all of that said, call center jobs are the sixth level of hell, and I would not recommend to my worst enemy taking that path. "Abandon hope all ye who enter here."
In this case, the "proxy for talent and dedication" would be "not working in a call center".
IRL there is a Real Name policy. Nobody goes around and calls themselfs Anonymous Coward or Raven.
That's so Raven
Remote Acess Trojan. Has anyone ever heard this acronym used before?
"Toolkit" is also an acceptable answer. Hearkens from the Back Orifice days.
... or the one.