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#1 XML2005

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 12:12 AM

There are lots of free utilities for backing up your data files on the web (e.g. Streamload), to protect against hard drive failures. Are these utilities safe? Do they use encryption or other security protocols to transfer your data files to their servers? Or, by sending your files to these servers, are you exposing your data to any hackers out there? Does anyone know of a good free (or cheap) secure web backup utility? Thanks!

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