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Latest SpiderOak Blog Posts

A Status Update + Your Top 5 Support Questions Answered Thursday, 23 October 2014, 8:30 pm
Hello fellow privacy-lovers – We wanted to send you a personal note and update for transparency’s sake. As many of you know, Edward Snowden recently mentioned SpiderOak again and it caused anoth. […]
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Hello National Cyber Security Awareness Month Thursday, 16 October 2014, 6:57 pm
Each October is dedicated to Cyber Security Awareness and championed by the National Cyber Security Alliance and hundreds of other organizations, individuals and communities throughout the U.S. It. […]
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Shellshock bug: what are we doing about it? Wednesday, 8 October 2014, 10:07 pm
There are enough blog posts about the infamous Shellshock bug already, but this is one about how it affects you, SpiderOak user. If Shellshock or bash don’t ring a bell, let’s just say it’s a. […]
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UNFRIENDED: SpiderOak was blocked on Facebook for nearly 3 weeks Thursday, 2 October 2014, 10:17 pm
You might have been one of the hundreds of people who noticed that we were blocked on Facebook from Aug. 31 – Sept. 17, 2014. This ban applied to SpiderOak.com, all of our affiliated sites and any r. […]
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Anonymity subtleties (part 3): when diversity helps Wednesday, 24 September 2014, 8:06 pm
As we discussed before, diversity can hurt your anonymity. If you do your hair in a certain way or always wear that bright yellow jacket, chances are you’re going to stand out in the crowd. And we. […]
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Anonymity subtleties (part 2): your browser fingerprint Wednesday, 17 September 2014, 3:19 pm
The web 2.0 gave tremendous flexibility to people and companies to provide services or products in the cloud like nobody has seen before. And while the web 1.0 was a great thing, there’s a reaso. […]
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Home banking on mobile, please don’t Tuesday, 9 September 2014, 4:20 pm
This past week, the word “leak” has gained a somewhat different meaning than it had a few weeks back when Snowden had the most hits in search engines and social media. But it’s with good timing,. […]
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Who deserves privacy? A response to the iCloud hack Thursday, 4 September 2014, 8:04 pm
Everyone has been talking recently about the huge iCloud hack last weekend. While a lot of people are outraged on behalf of the victims, a disturbingly high number of people seem to think these celebr. […]
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Anonymity subtleties (part 1): Tell me how you write & I’ll tell you who you are Thursday, 28 August 2014, 9:28 pm
I’ve been as harsh as I can about the usage of the word “anonymity”. Some might tag me as extreme, but I have good reasons to be this strict about terms. I’m going to write a multipart series. […]
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Desktop Client Security Advisory Monday, 25 August 2014, 4:50 pm
A couple of weeks ago, Thomas Roth, an independent security researcher contacted SpiderOak’s security response team mentioning a set of vulnerabilities on the desktop client. We’ve been analyzin. […]
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Status Report (August 15, 2014) Friday, 15 August 2014, 11:23 am
en: Everything’s going smoothly so far. de: Bisher läuft alles problemlos. es: Todo va bien por ahora. Hawaiian Governor Loses Primary by Wide Margin; Senate Race Is Undecided – Aug. 10, 2014 – The N. […]
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On status reports, transparency and overall safety Thursday, 14 August 2014, 11:00 am
While running a company from the U.S. has its benefits, when the goal is to provide improvements on privacy, the “where” matters almost as much as the “how”. One of the things we have been de. […]
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Monetizing users: more usability challenges on privacy Tuesday, 12 August 2014, 9:25 pm
If you want to create a great product, you need money to survive all that time. If you want to get money, you need a great product. Sometimes you’ll get people with big bucks thinking your idea has. […]
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Happy SysAdmin Day! Friday, 25 July 2014, 5:39 pm
Did you know today is the 15th annual System Administrator Appreciation Day?  Join us today in showing appreciation for your sys admins! (And if you’re not sure what a sysadmin is…) If you need s. […]
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Now Hiring: Enterprise Support Engineer Thursday, 24 July 2014, 5:06 pm
We’re looking for an energetic people-friendly engineer to join forces with us to help support our growing SpiderOak Blue Enterprise deployments. Every day will see new struggles and opportunities-. […]
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“Snowed In”: Your Top 10 Questions Answered in Light of Recent Media Tuesday, 22 July 2014, 3:16 pm
What is it like to be mentioned by Edward Snowden? Well, quite surprising. Welcoming new users to our community is very exciting. As more and more people become aware of ‘Zero-Knowledge’ privacy a. […]
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20% off for new users! Celebrating ‘Zero-Knowledge’ privacy since 2006 Saturday, 19 July 2014, 2:50 pm
While most people seek knowledge, we’ve always sought to have ‘Zero-Knowledge‘. We’ve even been developing the Zero Knowledge Privacy Foundation to help advocate for the belief that privacy. […]
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‘Zero-Knowledge’ Since 2006 Thursday, 17 July 2014, 10:41 pm
Welcome new or renewed believers in privacy! With all the recent attention around our ‘Zero-Knowledge’ approach – like this and this – we would like to emphasize the fact that we started writi. […]
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Do you want Tor support? Wednesday, 16 July 2014, 8:40 pm
Many years ago, when I was in high school, I recall a literature professor saying that if she could turn one – just one – of her students into an avid reader, then she would consider her task com. […]
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Is the Internet of Things a Rebirth of Privacy? Friday, 11 July 2014, 4:51 pm
Having just attended the Internet of Things Privacy Summit, my mind is still spinning from the rich keynotes and panel discussions. According to some of the statistics shared by Janna Anderson, Profes. […]
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Should we run and hide, or stand and be one? Thursday, 10 July 2014, 3:30 pm
The latest revelations about the NSA, as depressing as they might be, make it clear that the one feature besides encryption a privacy system must have is: users. When dealing with words such as priva. […]
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SpiderOak Orange 5.1.6 bugfix release for Mac OSX <= Lion Problem Wednesday, 9 July 2014, 8:36 pm
Those of you who tried 5.1.6 beta and wrote in to support, thank you! Thanks to your reports, we have been able to quickly take it out of beta and mark it stable. What that means to affected users is. […]
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How the latest OpenSSL bugs affect SpiderOak Thursday, 3 July 2014, 4:39 pm
In the past couple of months, there has been an increasing focus on one of the most-used security software libraries. Even though the results of this might have been received as bad news, the reality. […]
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New OpenSSL vulnerabilities = New SpiderOak client Tuesday, 1 July 2014, 6:54 pm
On June 5, a new set of vulnerabilities were disclosed in OpenSSL. Everybody should update to either 0.9.8za or 1.0.1h, regardless of how you use it. This set of bugs affect both server side and clie. […]
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Top 10 digital privacy happenings of June Monday, 30 June 2014, 6:34 pm
As some of you may know, every week I’ve been collecting digital privacy happenings on my blog that represent what caught my attention in the privacy world. News, tweets, projects, videos, and an. […]
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