Vico 7 Posted October 4, 2014 Share Posted October 4, 2014 In my early months with EN, I created 3 local notebooks. I forgot they where local (since I do not need them on mobile devices) so, when I recently restored my PC, I lost them all. I had a backup of the EN folder but I realized that it's useless. You can import notes only from enex, not from EN database. It's my fault to not have backuped with enex export but why on earth use a different format, for database and backup? This completely prevent from using PC backup. What makes me more ungry is that I used local notebooks only because EN still refuses to implement encrypted notebooks. They say it's because of zero-knowledge, password recovery, search, bla bla... But there are thousands (at least!) of users needing this and local notebooks are not safier than something else! Why crypting part of notes is ok and crypting a whole notebook is not? Why, waiting for the super-extra-encrypted maybe-notebooks, not provide some simple "private" notebooks (weak encryption, password recovery, search on at least title and tags) in the cloud? Most of us are not interested from hiding data from EVERYone, but simply hide some notes from curious eyes. EN says local notebooks are the answer for privacy, If I've lost them all it's my fault, they say. OK, if you will lost a client when a competitor will offer cloud encryption, it's YOUR fault, EN. Link to comment
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