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revolverpanther

Hi Guys,

 

Are we talking security tips or  currently running domestic security configuration?

 

Thanks

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That is a list of vendors who sell hardware with installed software. Not cheap and obviously for it to work correctly the definitions must be updated probably daily often with a yearly fee.  Sophos is

IMHO, I generally look at the free products for home use. Sophos does have a free business version as well. https://www.sophos.com/en-us/products/free-tools/sophos-utm-essential-firewall.aspx If you

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Well, as in all long threads, it is becoming a bit of all of them :)

 

As to domestic security configurations, it should be possible to run 2 UTMs (e.g. Sophos and Untangle) in tandem, with at least 1 UTM in bridge mode, or both UTMs in bridge mode if you are behind a router.

 

Or you could run 3 or more UTMs in tandem if you have enough spare boxes and a mild taste for paranoia :)

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ServerRookie

I use SecureZip from PKware to encrypt data I send out into the cloud.

 

Anyone here encrypts their OneDrive?

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Drashna Jaelre

Anyone here encrypts their OneDrive?

*cough* StableBit CloudDrive *cough*. :)

 

 

Aside from that, I only put non sensitive stuff on OneDrive, DropBox, etc. 

I use OwnCloud, because it's self hosted.

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Ha, yes, it would work  :)

 

But I thought I could enable BitLocker for OneDrive or some similar native feature.

 

Perhaps a little background where I am coming from. In the past few months, I took just tiny little steps beyond consumer level IT and it leads me immediately to IT scenarios that are orders of magnitudes beyond what I need. For example, I need only 1% (or less) of the features of the WS2012R2E that I am looking at. I may not be looking at the right things.

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No, not for OneDrive normally. :(

 

For the drive it's storing data on, sure.  

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