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--- Quote from: BradC on September 19, 2021, 11:50:08 pm ---Social engineering still qualifies as "infrastructure being compromised". https://www.zdnet.com/article/how-apple-let-a-hacker-remotely-wipe-an-iphone-ipad-macbook/
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Indeed, social engineering is one of the methods. If kripton2035 can provide a single example of such an event, using social engineering or not, it’s ok. It seems they can’t.


--- Quote from: kripton2035 on September 20, 2021, 06:07:52 am ---it's not just about attacker wiping datas, but also about data being stolen. your datas are not safe in such cloud services.
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This is a statement very different from what you have said before. I would argue with that new claim too, but so far you haven’t given the answer to the previous question about data loss.


--- Quote from: kripton2035 on September 20, 2021, 06:07:52 am ---also in europe one major actor of the system OVH had a bunch of servers gone into flames in march 2021, making some 2000+ users losing the datas and the backups.
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The March fire hasn’t affected any single cloud backup instance. Zerto and Archive weren’t even in the affected datacenter. Instance Backup might have been, as OVH wasn’t clear on that, but those remained available — so were either not affected or restored. The people, who lost data in the fire, had no backups or used computing instances for that purpose.

tl;dr: please, stop FUD against cloud services. I would prefer to keep this short, as we’re getting a bit off-topic in here.

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