|Subject:||Using ISP webspace to store Encrypted sensitive data. Comments ??|
|Posted by:||Paul (Pa…@discussions.microsoft.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 6 Nov 2007|
Can I get your opinions on this ? I am a home user with Vista. I have some
sensitive files (electronic bank statements, paycheck stubs, ...) that I
would like to store securely.
My Internet Service Provider is Comcast and they give 25MB of online storage
space to use for web or to store files. I was thinking of using that space
to store these sensitive files, encrypted of course.
If this is an okay idea, what encryption program should I use ? I am
willing to pay some money (free things are usually garbage). I also heard
that encrypted files can be embedded in .doc or .mp3 files so that they don't
look like encrypted files at the first look. Is this true ? If so, it would
be icing on the cake.
Thank you for your time and information,