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ZZever

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  1. Thanks for the quick reply guys. I really appreciate it. I had always stupidly assumed the data was locked in a container until you logged into the app. 🤦‍♂️ I currently follow all the great information/tips from all your comments as well, and I suggest that anyone in the future that happens upon this post do the same.. A quick story about an unlikely encounter I had recently with a group of talented hackers. If your interested read on. I travel often and usually setup several of my own dedicated mobile hotspots in hotels, from different carriers so my devices aren't using the
  2. I noticed today that when I LOG out of the evernote Mac app, I'm using Mojave version 10.14.6, and then quit the evernote app as well...I'm still able to access the local database folder that contains all my notes, attachments, photos, and such. I wasn't sure if it was normal for you to be able to access/view and open all that info EVEN WHEN LOGGED OUT? Yes, it is burred in the normally hidden "library" folder in finder, but all the info is very easy to find and see. I can even access, and view pretty much everything, of any other evernote accounts that have used my computer(assuming we share
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