I am thinking of a backup plan for fast recovery scenario for my windows Azure hosted VM's. My plan is to create a backup disk that is attached to my VM and using Windows Server Backup I create a backup on that disk using Windows Server Backup.
I assume this disk is normally not safe against ransomware, but is this also the case if I select this backup disk as a dedicated disk in the Windows Server Backup wizard? Because then the disk won't be visible in file explorer anymore either, so not reachable by the malware?
Secondly, I want to create a second backupset using Azure Recovery Vault. If I connect my VM via the azure-backup-agent to the vault, would my vault-stored -data be vulnarable to ransomware attacks? Thanks!