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SFdude

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  1. I just rec'd a specific email (as millions of others apparently did), w/ a message, which essentially,says : " ...your EN Forum acct was hacked... +hackers got my email, pwd and b-day, etc..". The lack of crystal-clear instructions in this Evernote email on how to proceed step X step, is simply amazing and UNprofessional. If Brian Krebs would hear about this - he would have a true field day... Hope Evernote sends a 2nd email with very CLEAR step X step instructions on how to proceed. All threads show people are VERY confused, so far...
  2. I second what gazumped said in his comment, (above this comment). In fact, it would be more than polite ...actually mandatory, to inform EVERNOTE Users, who depend on this.. (note the capital letter in Users - some fast growing companies seem to forget...). So now the Question is: 1 - Why was such a feature so useful to many Users, suddenly (and silently) deactivated? Bonus Question: 2 - Any other alternative to do what this mobile URL allowed before, from a desktop browser? ie: to just quickly view/check/search notes using the EV web UI from FF desktop ? (edit notes feature not needed...). thanks! SFdude
  3. Yes! From the replies above, so far, something at Evernote Mobile Web UI HAS changed. Same problem now confirmed in Firefox, Safari, XP, Win7, Mac, iOS, Ubuntu Linux, etc. Probably an unintended bug has been introduced, with so many improvements to the wonderful Evernote! I hope somebody from the great EV tech team will chime in and say... - "Don't worry folks,...will fix this bug ASAP!" It's just so important to get this fixed to the simple way it helped so many Users before... please! SFdude
  4. Hi all, This URL: https://www.evernote.com/mobile always worked great, for quickly searching and checking (no edits), my recent notes from my desktop FF v.19 browser in XP-Pro 32bit. But suddenly as of last week, after being prompted (and typing my User ID and pwd), I only get this message (in bold, below), after I log in: XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: https://www.evernote.com/mobile/Home.action Line Number 101, Column 25: window.ga('set', '&uid', 'EN1017121'); ----------------------------^ I tried with different browsers on different desktop PCs, with both: XP-Pro 32-bit and w/Ubuntu Linux , but same error message. Has something changed on the Evernote end? Nothing has changed on my end... I loved to often use this URL for the "EV mobile Web UI" , to quickly check my EV notes from my Desktop PC. It was simple but convenient. Help!!!! thanks. SFdude
  5. 2 Gazumped: Thanks for the quick & clear answer! Yes, as you suggested - saving PDFs as attachments (so they don't auto-display on my system via the built-in Foxit PDF Reader), is the solution. Again, thank you Gazumped!
  6. Using EV client version 3.1.0,1225 (yes, I know - it's ancient, but it works for me...), with WIN-XP SP3 -32 bit. When I read a PDF stored as an EV Note, EV pops up an info window, saying it's using the FOXIT PDF Reader inside EV, to render the PDF. That's OK... But what if the PDF (stored and rendered inside EV), contains an embeded, malicious JS script, and the JS script gets executed by the EV Foxit Reader? For my local PDF files (in my HD), I read PDF files with Sumatra PDF Reader or PDF-Xchange Reader, both with JS script execution TURNED OFF... Question: ======== Does EVs Foxit Reader have JS script execution TURNED OFF ? (while rendering a PDF file INSIDE the EV client version 3.1.0,1225). If it is not turned off, that would be a HUGE security risk in PDF rendering inside Evernote!. Is this a Security Risk? Thanks for any opinions or facts.
  7. Using EV client version 3.1.0,1225 (yes, I know - it's ancient, but it works for me...), with WIN-XP SP3 -32 bit. When I read a PDF stored as an EV Note, EV pops up an info window, saying it's using the FOXIT PDF Reader inside EV, to render the PDF. That's OK... But what if the PDF (stored and rendered inside EV), contains an embeded, malicious JS script, and the JS script gets executed by the EV Foxit Reader? For my local PDF files (in my HD), I read them with Sumatra PDF Reader or PDF-Xchange Reader, both with JS script execution TURNED OFF... So....the Question: ============== Does EVs Foxit Reader have JS script execution TURNED OFF? (while rendering a PDF file INSIDE the EV client version 3.1.0,1225). If it is not turned off, that would be a HUGE security risk in PDF rendering in EV.! Thanks.
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