OK. I have a REALLY sensitive document on Google Docs. I realize this is fucking stupid security wise. but its also incredibly important that I not lose the data either.
So I looked up some options, I found TrueCrupt. Made a Truecrypt drive and stored this singular file with a decently hefty password with all the bells and whistles.
Only thing I'm concerned about though is that on the cloud I could access this file from anywhere and I would also never have to worry about losing it to a failed harddrive. Now that is a concern. I suppose I could store the same data on my media drive Which I plan on doing but is there not a possibility that both drive could fail me at the same time? Unlikely, but a possibility.
And I'm also considering storing a back up of it in a zip/rar file with a crazy long password on google docs. but I'm still fairly concerned that someone could retrieve it that way.
Anyway, any suggestions on this topic? I'd really appreciate it. Lots of things I'm probably fucking stupid about security wise and I'm getting around to fixing those issues now.