DjBea 7 Posted February 3, 2015 Share Posted February 3, 2015 I like to use Evernote but i feel nude with it.As asked severals years before : still not cypher feature for data saved on hard drive. (Apple cypher iphone backups on hd).Not ability to choose a datacenter in another location. And also ability to use a private datacenter.(some will answer : use a not synchro, or local notebook, but we loose lots of interest of Evernote). Also ?? no cypher of customers data in Evernote datacenter ? And now there is a suggestion feature in the search tool - That send all request to Microsoft. Does Evernote Team have some little care about the privacy of their customers ? Is there a plan to make it better ? I hope everyone have understood that all data going on internet without cypher are stored and read by States Agency... I don't understand why other users of Evernote don't ask strongly to get Real privacy. And now I show you arguments :Page : https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2008/04/15/evernote-privacy-and-security/ Extract with no cut : ----------------------"Your data is only transmitted to the servers in encrypted form over SSL, and your passwords are not directly stored on any of our systems.We also offer enhanced privacy options that would not be available from services like email:If you have sensitive text that you would like to remember (passwords, PINs, credit card numbers), you can encrypt that text in our Windows and Mac clients using a passphrase that is never transmitted to Evernote. This encrypted text can only be decrypted and read on one of your computers after you’ve re-entered the encryption passphrase. The sensitive text is not readable on our servers or on your computer by anyone who does not know the passphrase." ---------------- So data transmit with SSL : ok, but no cypher on Evernote Datacenter. If we use feature "encrypt with passphrase" : text isn't readable on servers,,, Why not encrypt everything ? and what is the level of this Cypher ? Link to comment
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