I wanted to keep a copy of all my passwords in the cloud. I have been using Mega for a few years with no issues. Being a home user and learning about encryption, is it “safe” to import my passwords to my computer then upload them to my Mega account Is this “safe”
I have 2 fa on my mega account and a long password of various letters, numbers & symbols. I never to date had any issue with Mega no one ever so far has gotten into my account. BUT is this safe to do?
I was also thinking of also keeping a copy in my Dropbox account, I have 2 fa on drop box as well and never an issue. Is there a way to encrypt the folder that I put the .csv files in so in the event someone managed to get past my 2fa and crack my password that they would need another password to access the folders with my .csv files in?? Or is this not necessary.
Also, NO ONE has access to my laptop which is a Chromebook
( Acer 513 spin) I never take it out of the house. So would it be ok to leave the .csv files in my download’s folder? Unless someone steals my laptop I would think my .csv files are safe? I tried to find a folder encrypt for Chromebook but so far have not found anything via the “extensions” so for now I have my .csv file in my mega account at this time. Also, I use Authy for 2fa protection.
it has to be "unlocked " every time I close the lid or shut it off
Unless someone steals my Chromebook I would think even the .csv files would be safe in my Chromebook because they are only on my local machine right??
I am impressed with Mega as a cloud storage below is some info on Mega.
All files stored on MEGA are encrypted by your computer / phone / device. All data transfers from and to MEGA are also encrypted . Although most cloud storage providers claim encryption in transit and at rest, MEGA is much more secure MEGA uses above-average security measures to protect your data. All the data which is stored on MEGA is encrypted end to end. Once the data is on the receiving device it is decrypted only then. Your data is stored in an encrypted format at all the time on MEGA and it never has access to your decrypted data