September 7, 2012

SpiderOak University Pop Quiz #3

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For the past 5 weeks, we have posted videos about SpiderOak and our product. I hope you’ve been paying attention because we have some specific questions for you!

Pop Quiz

It is simple. All you have to do is answer the questions below. If you get all questions correct, we will give you 3 GBs of extra space. For those of you who may miss a few, we will give you 1 GB for trying.

Just like any other quiz, there is a time limit so please submit your quiz within 24 hours. After which time, no storage will be awarded. This is our last quiz for SpiderOak University. Thank you very much for your participation and we hope you have learned a lot about SpiderOak!

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  1. Seconding Roger's question (and assuming it isn't). Also what's with the red asterisk after all the questions; there doesn't seem to be a footnote for it.

    Thank you for your generosity and keep up the good work!

    P.S: Turning on transcribed subtitles on your videos makes them quite surreal ;-)

  2. About Q3 "What is one thing that is really important when finding a cloud provider?" I think the most important thing would be that the data are stored securely. Sure we're using SpiderOak because we're also interested in privacy, but privacy doesn't make much good when the data get lost or destroyed in the first place…

  3. Absolutely, Jeff. We, of course, take privacy and security very seriously. This question is simply a random question pulled from one of the videos. Thanks for expressing your thoughts!

  4. thank you for the chance to earn extra space.
    does this count against the "up to 10 free gigs" from referals?

  5. regarding this question – "True/False: SpiderOak is 100% secure"
    I am not sure what do you mean by "Secure". I went over all videos and didn't find any exact reference for this, only references like "100% zero knowledge" which I don't consider the same as 100% secure.
    (in a more general note I don't believe it's possible to say that something is "100% secure")

    Thanks for making those quizzes :)