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Tue Jun 14 16:09:01 EDT 2011
I have my bitcoin wallet stored in nanonote. It is offline, so I don't
worry of anything:-).
On Tuesday, June 14, 2011, Cristian Paul Peñaranda Rojas
<paul at kristianpaul.org> wrote:
> I do backup in other hardisk, not raid afaik, i just felt like having a
> little less trust on flash/nand devices.
> Of course i already aware hardisk are "damaged" from factory, and is
> just matter of time that the internal buffer.
> My computer is secure using a HIDS called ossec.
> But some extra point to be secure (from the networks atlest) is having a
> off-line device like the nanonote :-).
>> > how we secure dont lost the walled because of a nand/flash issue..
>> How do you do it on your PC? I doubt you have a RAID 1, 5 or else and a
>> daily backup of your wallet. It's the same with e-banking, how do you
>> secure your PC? I'll bet ZeuS and Co. will soon feature a bitcoin stealer...
>> Cristian Paul Peñaranda Rojas schrieb:
>> > Is an interesting thread:
>> > http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?PHPSESSID=6f0c6972d6642a6698530ec775b29c4f&topic=16457.0;all
>> > check #33, but the point will be if we ship bitcoins on a device like
>> > the nanonote, how we secure dont lost the walled because of a nand/flash
>> > issue..
>> > But seems a fair point, having a offline device for storing your coins
>> > paul
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