Posted 10 June 2014 - 02:49 AM
Your idea makes sense from a data security policy standpoint,
With Cryptolocker and it's various forms out in the wild, the OP's idea is probably the worst thing to do. He'd be far better off backing up to an external drive, then unplugging it when done. These new 'Ransomware' viruses will encrypt all files on any accessible volume, so running a backup volume all the time, even across the network, is a bad idea.
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