Any online depositories?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by SourMilk, Feb 19, 2008.

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  1. SourMilk

    SourMilk Registered Member

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    I need to store digital copies of personal identification documents online during my upcoming travels. I am looking for server space that can hold encrypted passports, credit cards, federal ID cards, and photos. Considering the personal importance of such documents, I would like a recommendation from someone who may have used a service in the past. I can always use Google or Yahoo but would really like to use a more secure service.
    Any replies will be appreciated.
    SourMilk out.
     
  2. markymoo

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    a good reputable company such as 1&1(dont know any in Hawaii) that does SSL with 256 AES encryption stored on a Linux Server for higher security. that will do it and be a cheaper way than some company promising you so much for so much. thats what they be using anyways. you need to buy a SSL certificate and some webspace. that way you can spare yourself from adverts. you can also provide space for your funny quotes too as they are priceless. :)

    http://order.1and1.co.uk/xml/order/...65151F6C.TC31b?__frame=_top&__lf=Order-Tariff
     
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  3. SourMilk

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    Thank you markymoo. I will definitely check them out. Love your country and the freedom of expression that is found everywhere. Also, like the pubs even though they close too early :D .
    Thanks again,
    SourMilk out
     
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    cheers. the licensing laws have made pubs shut abit later now. if it was alot later we be one step closer to america. freedom of expression? i thought that was more america. you probably get a cheaper deal from an american web hosting co. that is decent.
     
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