Obviously, Duplicacy can protect against a ransomware attack where local files are encrypted and then a scheduled backup is made (which would now contain all of the newly encrypted files at a new backup revision) - the simple answer being to restore a previous version from a backup destination. But does Duplicacy offer any kind of protection against a ransomware attack that may get the app keys for, say, cloud storage from the local keyring or some other source and then encrypt or alter the cloud storage where the backup data is contained? My concern would be having my backup on the cloud encrypted as well and then having no access to perform the restore I previously mentioned. I haven’t seen any relevant discussion about this topic specifically on this forum or elsewhere. I understand this is more a question of securing the cloud app keys but I think this is a valid question and I’m curious about 1) what measures, if any, Duplicacy has to deal with this or prevent it, and 2) what others do to prevent such a situation or recover from it. A cold copy backup would work for this but I have no desire to burn 800 DVDs if you get what I mean.