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Hi I have Resilio Home pro. I use it to back up my wife and I's data. I just had a customer of my work get hit by ransomware and they lost everything. That got me thinking. Since my Wife works with her dad for their family deck business and hes not very knowledgeable with technology and will just open any file sent to him. If he would download so ransomware file and it were to get on my wife's computer. Is their any kind of safe guard in Resilio sync they would keep the ransomware from being synced to the rest of my computers?
In this rising world of ransomware, it would be really good to have the ability to turn on a version control of a synced folder. Now I have a simple way to ensure my critical files never fall victim to ransomware. Without version control of the content, If I sync my critical files to other PCs, if one of them gets hit by ransomware, those encrypted versions of the files are just going to be replicated to the other PCs, and thus I have now lost those files to all locations. With version control of content, if one of the PCs become infected by ransomware, and the files are encrypte