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I received the following email from evernote: We noticed a new login to Evernote and wanted to make sure it was you. Where: Hong Kong but when I checked my Access History, I didn't find any access from Hong Kong. Is this a bug? Or is there anyway that someone used my account and clear their access history? This is my first time that I received this kind of email, and I am not sure someone really hacked my account. evernote1.pdf
I have been an Evernote user for some years but only used it now and then to store simple notes and for webclips. I'm now in the process of evaluating going paperless. I've been working on a scanner and automatic filing solution for storing directly in Evernote. Just when I was about to succeed in setting everything up Evernote was hacked, and I started to question if my idea of storing all mails and importan papers in Evernote was a good idea. Should I store "everything" there (apart from obvious things like pin-codes etc of course)? E.g. Birth certificates, wedding certificates, insurance, banking info etc? I'm looking for other peoples view on whether storing "everything" at Evernote (and searchable through OCR-feature) is a good idea. - Do people consider this a safe solution? - Do you limit what kind of papers are scanned & stored here? Do you also store locally at a local disk or do you store the most important locally on a disk and the rest on Evernote? - Is additional encryption of scanned files possible without disabling searchability? Would appreciate feedback on thoughts about this and how you use Evernote for going paperless. /BH