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  1. Two Factor Authentication: I don't know if there's a feature already that allows a two-factory authentication on Evernote. I think it would be a great feature to integrate Yubico's Yubikey as a security feature for either account sign-on for new devices or notebooks with sensitive information. If you don't know what the Yubikey is, its typically used as a security key (much like many employees get with corporate companies) for logging into popular applications. Many people invested in cryptocurrency typically use this hardware based authentication product to secure their logins for hot and cold wallets. I'll leave some information regarding the product and company below. I think it would make a great feature for Evernote, especially for companies and individuals with highly sensitive information on their Evernote accounts. Yubico: https://www.yubico.com/ The company’s core invention, the YubiKey, is a small USB and NFC security key securing access to any number of IT systems and online services. To protect secrets on servers, we also created the YubiHSM, the world’s smallest hardware security module. For easy integration with any IT system, we offer developers open source servers, support and hosted validation services. Yubikey The Yubikey 5 series is there most popular product. It eliminates account takeovers by providing strong phishing defense using multi-protocol capabilities that can secure legacy and modern systems. The series provides a range of authentication choices including strong two-factor, multi-factor and passwordless authentication, and seamless touch-to-sign. https://www.yubico.com/products/ Intergration https://www.yubico.com/support/download/ Yubico is opensource, so it shouldn't be a problem integrating to Evernote. Let me know your thoughts on a hardware authentication tool or two-factor authentication in general for Evernote.
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