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kyssling

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  1. Hello,
    I had a few questions about the Cryptolocker attack  ...
    a) Cryptolocker encrypts data on all mapped drives? If I have a mapped network drives will they also encrypt, but
    only if the user has sufficient rights to override counting ?
    b) Encrypts and connected flashdisc ? But if the flashdisc write- protected I count not at the moment have a chance?
    c) If you synchronize your data to DropBox or GoogleDrive, I suddenly connected so will encrypt on these cloud storage?
    Alternatively, at the moment already encrypted files have the same extension (?) And therefore a risk that simply synchronize with cloud storage and cloud are already some synchronized data encrypted?

    Generally, this is exactly the reason why I wanted to back up data from the NAS via FTP to GoogleDrive / DropBox via FTP, which unfortunately does not go without any type services Mover, NetDrive ...

    Thanks for the answers!

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