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Phil Evernote

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  1. I'm new here, and I'm finding Evernote my savior. I can't remember *****, my wife says it's like a blurred photograph... and it's in motion. It's fleeting, I can't remember what McDonald's taste like. It's that bad. I tried evernote a couple years ago. I didn't get it. Then, my wife really got on me about my memory. She wanted me to see a doctor. I googled "how to remember" and this article came up and it talked about Evernote. And it had a video attached to it. I decided to give Evernote another try. And wow, after watching the youtube video I have a whole understanding of Evernote. I love Evernote! In two weeks, I already have over 300 notes! However, however. I'm wondering if my attachments are safe. I have private attachments, such as excel files. I see where the database file are:%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases Also, I can see the attachment files:%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Evernote\Evernote\Databases\Attachments This an example of courseI have a file called "electrical formulas.xlsx.backup" under "Attachments", and this is a private file. I noticed I can copy the file to another location, then drop the *.backup extension, and open the file right up. This scares me. What if this was a really private file with financial information or passwords. The only way someone can open this file is, you must have evernote installed, and then have the Evernote user's name and password to open this file. Is there away to encrypt this file?
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