W10 File History backup2021-04-20T16:52:12+01:00
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It’s so easy to use, but Crypto Locker and it’s variants will infect any attached drives (including networked drives to which a lot of businesses use).


Cloud storage seems to be the only legitimate work around to avoid the POS.

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If the files on your local machine get attacked, won’t that affect your cloud storage also if the cloud storage is constantly syncing with the local machine?

For instance, files that are kept in a One Drive folder are constantly being sync’d with MS’s cloud storage. If a file in One Drive is infected, the file will also be infected ‘in the cloud’. This is why I don’t allow One Drive to start when I boot. When I want to sync, that’s when I start One Drive. Once the sync is complete, I quit One Drive.

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