Know the riesgosde store data on the Amazon Cloud
From that was given to know the possibility of storing data in the llamads clouds, not everything is as nice as they do see. The business of storing data on the internet is increasingly lucrative for the giants of the web. In fact, it was one of the biggest investments of Amazon in the last year.
When they say that store information in a cloud…what are you talking about?
The modernism and technology, now speak to store information in a cloud, but that is a cloud? What is it?,
You say that the clouds to store information are networks of computers that act as a hard drive; the companies that offer these services operate with huge data processing centers; they can store virtually any type of data or files.
The companies are using the cloud to save images, documents and other data from their web sites; its popularity lies in the fact that sometimes only need a credit card to create and offer a fast service.
Some of the most popular are Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud (Apple) and Onedrive (Microsoft).
Not everything is as perfect as it seems, as the specialists say the system has errors that allow you to make public data that should be private. In their messages, researchers urge owners of the accounts to put your information before it is stolen by malicious hackers. And this is not the first time that the Amazon cloud fails.
Several security experts believe that Amazon Web Services (AWS) has too many flaws. A report found up to 50 “friendly warnings” on the servers of the company by analysts for users of that service.
Some of the clients are large companies (mostly Americans) as Tesla, FedEx, Verizon, Unilever, Kellogg’s, Netflix, Airbnb or Über, and also public institutions like the Pentagon, NASA and the US army, in addition to tens of thousands of private users.
According to Amazon, more than a million people around the world use their services in the cloud.
Experts say the system has errors that allow you to make public data that should be private. The researchers urge owners of the accounts to put your information before it is stolen by malicious hackers.