On Friday, 16 September 2016 16:37:47 UTC+10, mara.k...@gmail.com  wrote:
> @Chris
> 
> Thanks I will think about this block-level approach.
> 
> @Drew
> 
> I don't agree... Storing encrypted files on dropbox IS secure in the sense 
> that nobody in the world will be able to decrypt them (as long as the 
> encryption step is not exposed to the dropbox process, which might be 
> compromised). Of course dropbox can delete all your files instantly, but that 
> is another matter. I use dropbox as cloud backup and if they delete 
> everything it doesn't really matter, unless I lose all my own backups at the 
> same time.

If they can get access, whether encrypted or not, it means it's insecure.

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