Monday, December 22, 2008

Free 2.25 GB Online Backup Storage Solution for Windows, MAC

Online Backup: Simple - Automatic - Secure

Mozy is a simple and safe way to back up all the important stuff on your computer. A copy of your data is stored in a secure, remote location for safekeeping, so that in the event of disaster your data is still retrievable.
Mozy makes online backup possible for everyone with an affordable, secure solution that's easy to use. Don't just take our word for it. Check out the news section to see all the nice awards we have received and what the experts are saying about Mozy.

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Features of MozyHome:

* Open/locked file support: Mozy will back up your documents whether they’re open or closed.
* 128-bit SSL encryption: The same technology used by banks secures your data during the backup process.
* 448-bit Blowfish encryption: Secures your files while in storage, providing peace of mind that your private data is safe from hackers.
* Automatic: Schedule the times to back up and MozyHome does the rest.
* New and changed file detection: MozyHome finds and saves the smallest changes.
* Backs up Outlook files: Disaster-proof email protection.
* Block-level incremental backup: After the initial backup, MozyHome only backs up files that have been added or changed, making subsequent backups lightning fast.

more info:

Get for free 2.25 Gigabyte online backup storrage after sign up
Click on the Mozy Free box at the bottom.

7zip compressed password archives are save in my opinion to backup

Please comment your Backup upload/download speed experience with this service I have found in the net. Opera 10 Beta 1 Webbrowser show 256 bit AES https server key is not save enough!?

Alternative Backup solutions: (2GB Free)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


cookies from are set. I removed and blocked the cookies to see what happens, but could not notice any difference. The platform starts as usual without the cookies.

A search in Google for the keywords "liveperson spyware" gave more than 15000 results. As far as I figured out for the moment, it is a "tracking cookie"; according to eTrust Spyware Encyclopedia this is "Any cookie that is shared among two or more web pages for the purpose of tracking a user's surfing history."


someone realize these cookies???

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