Should the LastPass, Sony hacks make ...

Should the LastPass, Sony hacks make you fear storing data in the cloud?

There are 1 comment on the www.examiner.com story from May 7, 2011, titled Should the LastPass, Sony hacks make you fear storing data in the cloud?. In it, www.examiner.com reports that:

Online and mobile password manager service LastPass warned its users of a possible hack to its systems on Thursday. While unclear what exactly happened when the alert first went out, the company said it was going to force its users to change its master passwords, needed to access the individual passwords for individual sites and Secure Notes.

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Friar Leo

Mount Morris, MI

#1 May 7, 2011
The idea of storing credentials and /or critical files on somebody's server scared me to no end. I'll stick to backing up everything to cd even if it's just as unreliable as saving it in cloud, but unless I feel safe having all the data by my side, and having full control of it. Cloud sucks, enuf said.

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