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  1. I have been monitoring activity on my ports in the past few days and was surprised to discover evidence that a note that I had saved a couple of days previously appeared to be sending information out of evernote back to the site which I had saved HTML from. Further investigation shows that Evernote Thumbnailer is being invoked to send that data. This continued even after I cleared by browser cache and cookies. See attached image. I looked to see if there was any similar IP traffic associated with other saved notes, but didn't find any, so I assume that for me it was just this one particular web-site. Nonetheless, it appears to be a security hole in Evernote.
  2. Love the product! How Do I use a public notebook, but lock individual notes inside and make them not visible? I am a voice teacher. I would like to post a public notebook for my students that looks like this: https://www.evernote.com/pub/progvox/tvsstudents But, in this example.. "Elaine Skeffington's" lesson notes would NOT be visible to other students. But she could go to this public notebook, click on her note and login to see the information there, see below. https://www.evernote.com/shard/s291/sh/f14b4a6a-15b6-4331-8c1e-252eeac4a21a/6aeb93bfab9df27cf39a083b6d57026e And can the student go into the note and make changes or type comments, etc... and I can go in week after week and leave notes and comments?
  3. Hello, I have lost my Kindle Fire which had the Evernote app on it. How do I protect against someone else accessing my Evernote info? I have changed my Amazon password along with my Evernote password. I looked at my Device Access setting on evernote.com and it only shows and Android device (which I assume is my smartphone), so I'm hesitant as to whether disabling that device will protect the Kindle access or just kill access to my phone. Thank you for the help!
  4. It would be a good feature for data security to choose to encrypt or not the Evernote data, that are present on the hard drive. For the case of stolen, or loose computer, specially for notebooks.
  5. Here are a short blog post we wrote about how to secure your Evernote data: http://blog.cloudhq....ata-on-evernote TL;DR version: Encrypt sensitive data (don't be shy to try "Encrypt selected text...") Change password frequently Monitor authorized applications Verify connected services Backup your data
  6. Hi I've started putting all of my records into Evernote. I began thinking about how secure my account is. What precautions does Evernote take to make sure my account isn't hacked? How much access do they have to my account? Is are my receipts and records safe in Evernote? Thanks! -Seth
  7. I as a premium user I couldn't wait to show the business Evernote "business" - the colaboration capabilities were a hit! I just need to confirm required security controls were in place. I'm so disappointed that the service does not have business "security" in mind on the back end. Before the powers that be order this service, we need to ensure that my business notes are truly protected and segregated from other businesses. So far, after 3 support tickets with multiple replies I am not convinced. No "encryption at rest"? No true data segregation? Sad really, there is no one else on the market like Evernote that is (dare I say it) "enterprise" ready. A seperate, protected VM on the back side would be a great start. Box.net does this for files.... I just wasn't it for free form notes. Hope I don't have to wait too long.
  8. I see the forum was hacked this afternoon. What are the implications for account security?
  9. I would like to put more confidential information on my android phone with Evernote, but the site's instructions for logging off with android are out of date. They advise users to go to the menu button while in Evernote and proceed, but the new ice cream sandwich version of android no longer has a menu button. So, unable to log off Evernotes, my notes are freely readable by a stranger or thief if I lose custody of the phone. Evernote support has ignored my request to update the instructions. Can someone with a premium account take up the cause? I would sure like to put some low-risk passwords into a new note.
  10. There's been a lot of discussion around security and encryption on the boards--but I don't think I've seen a good round up of how to exactly encrypt text within a note. CNET's Ed Rhee has a good walkthrough here: http://howto.cnet.co...ernote-desktop/
  11. Hello, I am a huge fan of evernote but there is one thing I dont like: IF SOMEONE CRACKS MY PASSWORD, THEY CAN ACCESS MY NOTES ON THE WEB ! I think a good feature would be an option to block web access of notes so that only the desktop app can be used. This could be overridden in cases of emergency by logging onto the account and answering additional security questions. Vote for this users !
  12. Hi, I am sharing a Notebook with a PR Agency so that we can collaborate on a launch project for one of their clients. They asked me who else has access to this folder as some of the details are sensitive. I assumed that they would be able to see a list of collaborators but on closer inspection I found that this was not the case. So they have to trust me that I don't invite someone else to this folder. Is there any way that you could generate a list for collaborators and notify all collobarators of new invitations? It seems to me to be a weakness that could prevent your excellent product from spreading further. Bob
  13. Inability to create/edit encrypted notes on Android is keeping me from upgrading to a premium account. Even if this was added, Evernote's encryption implementation would still suck. Only text within a note can be encrypted, not the entire note (e.g. embedded pictures) and the encryption password is per note not per notebook. Please consider adding real encryption capabilities including: strong encryption, not 64-bit RC2; per-notebook passwords and encrypted notebooks; encrypted notes, not just encrypted text w/in a note; ability to encrypt/decrypt across all platforms; and easy export of encrypted data (current Mac client does not decrypt notes when exporting).
  14. Hope some one fix this. Seriously, you just need to open the App twice and no password or username is required to see and sync your notes. http://www.chrisid.com/blog/2012/04/evernote-login-without-password-flaw-hack-on-mac-osx/
  15. Many, many thanks to Evernote for upgrading the security of third party Trunk apps. In an Evernote Tech Blog released today (Apr 24, 2012), Evernote announced: This is huge!!!! This fills what was, IMO, a big security hole in using Trunk apps. Previously Trunk Apps had full permissions to your Evernote account to read, create, edit ALL your Notes, when maybe the app only needed "Create" permission (like adding a new text Note, or a new snapshot). Now (as of Nov 1, 2012) Trunk Apps will have to meet much stricter security process, and can be limited to only the permissions the app actually needs to do its job. Many thanks to Evernote for listening to our security concerns and requests, and making this major step forward to providing an even more secure environment for our Evernote Notes.
  16. Hello, I was thinking as an additional security feature of Evernote if it would be possible to set a notebook up so that you are required to enter your password in again to access it. I thought of this because when someone else is using your computer or mobile device and you have Evernote set to auto sign in they effectively have access to everything on there, personally I don't store any sensitive data in Evernote but it would be nice to have some notes which aren't exactly important but I'd prefer not to have anyone gain access to a bit more hidden. Also if my phone got stolen this could also be an issue as to my knowledge there isn't a method of securing it, I do have a PIN set on my phone but as all the Evernote data is stored on the phones member unencrypted I'd imagine it wouldn't be that hard to get the data from it. Also is this the right place to be placing feature requests?
  17. I would like to request the feature that the account owner receives an email if a new client signs in with the credentials. This would give some security as I would know when someone uses my data. It should be a choice whether the information is sent too when someone uses the web frontend.
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