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We've considered this before and the main thing holding us off at the moment is exactly what you describe above that we would have to send a pretty expensive request for every website that any Clipper user loads. We've considered using the browser history but that will not be reliable since it may be frequently cleared by the user. I'm not sure how useful the feature would be if it had a limited memory (you mentioned a month f.a.e).
I see the rationale for the feature though.
If you implement this, please be sure to avoid any slowdown in general search speed or clipping speed.
I've got 22,000 notes and 12,000 of them are web captures of political commentary websites.
Is the verification process for 12,000+ notes is instantaneous, fine.
The second option works very nicely with my current Evernote upgrade path. I am on version 188.8.131.5236
I prefer to let other kind souls find the bugs and ask Evernote to fix them. I hold off on upgrades for at least 2 weeks, sometimes much longer depending on the user feedback on this forum. Due to the Windows Error 2732, I held off for 3 months on the recent set of upgrades.
By the way Robert, I enjoy your font selection in the forum. For my tired eyes, it is more legible than the default.
In Podcast #26 they said SSL for everyone. This looks like a documentation problem, and if you read my posts on this forum, you know how woefully inadequate I think the documentation is, so I am not surprised.
Why cancel your Premium subscription?
Podcast #26 was created over a year ago. One would think they would clean up their own web comments a bit faster. Unless they decided not to make the change to their Premium user retention page on purpose.
I considered my annual Premium payments to be a way of saying "Way to go, guys".
I no longer have that belief.
Last week Steve Gibson was surprised to learn about Evernote's weak crypto. "I thought there were no export restrictions on crypto now. I mean, everybody's doing 256-bit AES, which blows away [Evernote's] 64-bit RC2."
This week, after doing more research in the Evernote docs, he came on even stronger.
Evernote says they don't have enough staff members to get the certificate for strong crypto, so they're sticking with the ancient 64 bit.
He said, It's really not the security you want. Getting the information out of Evernote and into LastPass is the way to go.
With LastPass, you get Cloud sync (over multiple devices) and you get really strong crypto.
Well, Evernote can't say they weren't repeatedly warned.
There have been tons of previous comments about Evernote security requesting 2-factor authentication, full note encryption and many other security suggestions.
I'm sure most users are glad to hear that even though this type of activity is becoming more common with large services, Evernote is doing something to improve its security (by asking you to create a new password).
Hope it's not too difficult for everyone with multiple mobile devices and fat fingers to complete the process of getting back online by entering a new lengthy complex password several times.
According to the blog post mentioned above, there has been:
no evidence that your Evernote content was accessed
no evidence that any payment information was accessed
but the hackers did gain access to user information, usernames, email addresses and encrypted passwords.
However no worries man - your password was hashed and salted.
Make sure you have multiple Evernote backups as well.
Forgot to mention one of the things I really like about DVD Profiler when I am looking on the iPad.
It now has the ability to see a preview of the movie. Looks like it searches various areas on the internet including youtube. Very good, if like me, you cannot remember if you have seen the movie and want to watch a new one.
There really is no need for Evernote to re-invent the wheel by jumping into this market with the abundance of movie information already available on the internet.