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Old 06-13-2012, 02:35 AM   #7
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Make sure to password protect your files in a zip file. The staff of Dropbox has full access to see your files & create your psychological profile to sell to advertisers.
Btw... I am installing SpiderOak now. It's not as simple to use as Dropbox, but it's actually 100% secure. Not even SpiderOak can decrypt my info. So... if I forget my password... all my data is lost. You get 2GB and it's $10 per 100GB for each month or $100 for 100 GB per year.

This seems like the solution I was looking for in terms of real backups and sharing things like my Quicken data between PCs.

I still use DropBox for other things of course. It's my best tool for sharing between my Android devices.

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