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Yet Another Victim of Ransomware!

February 20th, 2017 | Posted by enveloc in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Today we received a call from yet another victim of Ransomware,   This long-time client is in Louisiana in the Energy field, and we are now preparing to provide a full recovery set of their critical data, which has been stored safely on our duplicate server systems in Alabama and California.  Their call makes about 131 such calls in recent months.  A secure backup is the ONLY certain protection against Ransomware.  We at Enveloc have made our system even more secure by introducing our DiskAppear technology, as described in our post from last week “Remote Backup Version 10 New Features“.



Why settle for consumer-grade backup software masquerading as a business class system when you could have the real thing?  Call Enveloc at 1-251-476-8258 for more information.



Remote Backup Version 10 New Features   February, 2017    


Enveloc is proud to announce release of its much-anticipated Version 10.  An innovator since 1996, Enveloc now offers enhanced security and protection against malware, especially the pernicious Ransomware which has become epidemic in our country.

DiskAppear  The Enveloc DiskAppear feature is designed to make locally USB attached external drives invisible to viruses and Trojans, especially Ransomware.  Please see the attached DiskAppear guide.

Google Drive  Enveloc can back up Google Drive documents.  Best practice is to use the Archive Bit option on Main Settings.  You may include Google Drive documents and folders in your regular backup selection, or configure a WireBack.  Wirebacks may also be set for “New and Changed Files Only” if you wish to WireBack the Google Drive incrementally.

No Windows Folders  By default, Enveloc will stop analyzing files or folders in the Windows operating system folder.  Virtually no programs save data in the \Windows folder.  If your system is one that does, the setting may be overridden with the following command in \enveloc\config.txt:


No AppData Folders   Enveloc will no longer include the AppData folder by default in new installations.  Firefox and Thunderbird email users need to select the appropriate folder for their favorites and email messages, respectively.

 The new release is available for manual download and will create a new installation or update any previous version.  Automatic update for existing installations will be enabled in approximately ten days.


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