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How to design interface for backups that users can restore to

I am currently working on a system for our application where users can restore to backups done previously. The current setup is that the system backups everyday when automatic backups are on. Now our users can also restore to a backup done previously at a given time such a differential backups. How to create an easy to use UI for the Application so that they can restore to these previous backups done throughout the day if needed?

My initial approach was a particular day and underneath the date, a slider that can be used to restore to? Keeping in mind that our users are 40+ years**+** old.

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Why does WhatsApp not encrypt Google Drive backups?

WhatsApp has end-to-end encryption, promising privacy to users.

However, it becomes useless if backups to Google Drive are unencrypted. Our supposedly private data goes to the control of Google.

No problem, I can disable the backup. But, what about all the people I talk to? Google still knows all my conversations.

This seems to be a useless/tricking/lying design, done in purpose to ensure they keep control of the users.

I understand that as soon as I send a message to another person, they can take screenshots, show to other people, etc. I understand that risk. However, not encrypting backups just makes it way easier for the messages to be even more exposed.

Question is – I’m sure WhatsApp could encrypt backups to Google if they wanted (e.g. require a passphrase to users, or at least have that option and recommend users to use it). Why does WhatsApp not do that?

Messages and media backed up in Google Drive are not protected by WhatsApp end-to-end encryption.

How do scheduled backups work on encrypted dmg and filevault 2

Under mojave with CCC5 on a 2019 iMac, I intend to clone an encrypted startup disk (filevault2) to a destination volume that will also have filevault enabled. When the system boots up the startup disk becomes available for decryption on the fly once i have provided my password. If the disk containing the backup destination volume is attached, does the destination volume also get opened up for encryption/decryption? If not how does CCC get to write to it during a scheduled backup?

In the case of encrypted disk images, these volumes are only available once they have been mounted which can only take place after authentication. How does a scheduled backup take place if the volumes have not been mounted – does CCC need to have the passwords in order to conduct the backup? How does this work?

Thanks in advance for your help.

How do scheduled backups work on encrypted dmg and filevault 2

Under mojave with CCC5 on a 2019 iMac, I intend to clone an encrypted startup disk (filevault2) to a destination volume that will also have filevault enabled. When the system boots up the startup disk becomes available for decryption on the fly once i have provided my password. If the disk containing the backup destination volume is attached, does the destination volume also get opened up for encryption/decryption? If not how does CCC get to write to it during a scheduled backup?

In the case of encrypted disk images, these volumes are only available once they have been mounted which can only take place after authentication. How does a scheduled backup take place if the volumes have not been mounted – does CCC need to have the passwords in order to conduct the backup? How does this work?

Thanks in advance for your help.

efficient duplication of Time Machine backups to remote location

I have been using both Arq and Time Machine for backup for years, but a year or so ago I got unlimited Google Drive space and decided to try making a remote backup (with Arq) of my Time Machine drive.

This may seem ridiculous, but it helps ameliorate a major problem with Arq: you can’t move your remote backup from one service to another. For example if you signed up for Amazon’s drive when it was $ 5 a year for unlimited space, and used it for your Arq backups, and then decided not to pay $ 120 a year for sufficient space for your backups when Amazon said “oh, just kidding!” and changed their prices, you’re unable to move your backup history to another location. (Since history is the whole purpose of a backup system, this is the one reason I no longer recommend Arq to anyone. I used to enthusiastically recommend it to friends and family.) Backing up your Time Machine disk allows you to have a remote backup that you can move from one service to another without losing any history. (The only obvious downside is that you must first restore the whole Time Machine backup if your Time Machine disk has died and you want to change cloud provider at the same time.)

There is a non-obvious downside, however: Arq really sucks for this use case, for reasons I don’t understand. It gets through about 3400 GB (out of around 3600 GB) around the first day, then runs for days and days making virtually no progress, and then might at some point start to make some progress. I don’t know if I have ever seen it complete the backup. Many times I need to shut down my laptop before it completes.

I’d like to have an efficient way to backup my Time Machine drive to a remote service. It can’t depend on (e.g.) running rsync or Resilio Sync on the remote service.

In case it’s relevant for any reason, I have fiber, so the bandwidth is limited by the devices on both ends and any throttling the service does, rather than by the quantity of data pushed.)

One thing that Arq got right is the end-to-end encryption, so any replacement should include end-to-end encryption. I’m not about to trust anyone with everything.