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LittleMonkeyMojo

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  1. Google's Encryption At Rest feature is only protection against a certain attack, the attack where the attacker is only trying to access the data on the hard drive and is not using the Evernote application/architecture/API. They've made a system where outside of the application (and by application I mean anything in the the whole Evernote Server/Client architecture)... So, they've made a system, where if I try and hack at it from outside the application I'm going to find encrypted data. But, if I hack at it from within the application, I can get at anything. For example, I can use an encrypte
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