I ask this because on the help file it says (and I quote)
" Part of the speed in compression level 1 is due to the fact that it does not generate checksums for its compressed data. Thus, if the backup file is corrupted (intentionally or unintentionally), a buffer overflow may occur. You should store the backup file in a secure location to prevent the backup file from being intentionally tampered with to cause a buffer overflow. "
Can somebody please explain this statement more profoundly?
my worry is that I am currently making an auto-backup every three hours
and I prefer not making backups of a partially corrupted database or is there any way SQL-Backup can prevent this?