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Re: [Shop-talk] Installing a Network device in a safe.

Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Installing a Network device in a safe.
From: Mike Rambour <>
Date: Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:45:43 -0800
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  Hey, I still run a VAX (OpenAlpha). Its a great webserver and file 
server, no one knows how to hack it :)

  I have a Buffalo RAID device and its wonderful, just enough heat and 
air circulation to keep rust away from the guns in the safe.


  On 1/1/2014 12:38 PM, w wrote:
> On 12/30/2013 10:57 PM, ElanS4 wrote:
>>> I'm an IT pro and have had to deal with backups for decades.
>> Me too, or at least I used to be.  Years ago, I used to back up my work
>> system (a VAX) onto 8mm digital video tape and carry the backup home 
>> with me
> Cool ;) Love me some VAXen and Exabytes (or used to).
> USB flash drives are so cheap now, that's the way to go. Just do not 
> depend on only one or limited ability to back-track. Have you heard 
> about the "cryptolocker" thing? It's both ingenious and despicable. 
> Friend's company got it and it chewed up files on their servers, and 
> they were syncing to a SINGLE other media, so the messed up files over 
> wrote the good versions. Someone should be fired over it; but at least 
> it's a good lesson for others in the biz.
> -Wayne

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