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post #31 of 32 (permalink) Old 05-12-2019, 07:29 PM
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We'll I can give you one example of where I decide it's best to "offload" to the grid. Email...

I tried the self-hosting thing. It was pain and I realized that for all the effort I put into it, I had a higher chance of messing up a config and getting myself owned vs the perceived threat that some bad actor at the VPS/hosting company might do something or have some kind of backdoor.

If a man and his computer can't keep himself safe, who can? Lol I guess I need to sign up for Azure.

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We'll I can give you one example of where I decide it's best to "offload" to the grid. Email...

I tried the self-hosting thing. It was pain and I realized that for all the effort I put into it, I had a higher chance of messing up a config and getting myself owned vs the perceived threat that some bad actor at the VPS/hosting company might do something or have some kind of backdoor.

If a man and his computer can't keep himself safe, who can? Lol I guess I need to sign up for Azure.
More of your data is out there exposed _out_ of your hands than in your control on whatever servers you are running, that is the sad.. sad truth of it. You can't keep stuff on Google, FB, ehem.. Experian secure.


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