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Found 11 results

  1. Mystic

    Storing passwords

    Greetings! Are there plans to create a service for storing passwords or integrating it into evernote? Of course, you can store passwords in notes right now, but I would like to integrate with browsers and more features. Soft, what is now for these purposes is absolutely terrible, the hope is only for you. ps Sorry for bad english pss I'm not sure if this is the right partition, but I did not find a more suitable one
  2. Tony Montana

    privacy MAJOR privacy bug on Mac!

    Hi! I have tried to reach out to the Evernote team about this earlier, but I got no response. So now I will try here instead. If you press Cmd + space on your Mac, you can search for everything on your computer. And if you have Evernote installed, you can search for everything that's been written in Evernote, even if you're not logged in. Because when you do that search (on the Mac), you get a little preview/thumbnail that shows the some of the text that's been written in Evernote. In my case, I had a note with passwords in Evernote. And when I searched for the word "password" on my Mac, a small thumbnail showed up and revealed the first password in that note. And I had Evernote installed on my work computer, and even though I'm the only one using it, other people can access my computer when I'm not at work. This is a MAJOR privacy conflict in my opinion, and I really hope you will fix this as soon as possible. I have now uninstalled Evernote from my work computer until this bug gets fixed. Because this this is not good at all.
  3. Given the recent news surrounding EN's privacy policy changes (although they have dialed them back since), I have been looking in to using encryption within my notes for the first time. Personally, I don't keep much confidential information in EN, but I do use it as a daily journal, so I would prefer to have that information private. My question is in regards to the encryption of text within a note. When I choose to encrypt a note, it prompts me for a password. So for note 1, I enter an encryption password. Now, when I go to encrypt text in note 2, I can enter the same password as note 1, or I can enter a new password for note 2 that is different than note 1 (this is not recommended by EN). My question: Is there a limit to how many unique encryption passwords I am allowed to have? Could I conceivably use a different encryption password for every note? All 100k of them that I am allowed as a user? Or will I eventually run in to trouble somewhere with this? Thanks in advance for your help.
  4. I enter data in evernote notes about three or four times daily via iphone. But due to an increased functionality of a computer, I update/revised the notes on my computer weekly. I am the only user of my iphone, but have several people using my computer which of course contains the synced evernotes. As such, I really wish that there was a way to password protect some of my notes, seeing that I jot down thoughts in evernote via iphone daily, which I don't want users of my computer to have access to. Without this password protect functionality, I turn to word processing programs available on my iphone. Am I right, evernote notes can't be password protected? Thanks
  5. I enter data in evernote notes about three or four times daily via iphone. But due to an increased functionality of a computer, I update/revised the notes on my computer weekly. I am the only user of my iphone, but have several people using my computer which of course contains the synced evernotes. As such, I really wish that there was a way to password protect some of my notes, seeing that I jot down thoughts in evernote via iphone daily, which I don't want users of my computer to have access to. Without this password protect functionality, I turn to word processing programs available on my iphone. Am I right, evernote notes can't be password protected? Thanks
  6. LarryL

    Password Managers

    Who do you recommend for a password manager?
  7. I couldn't get into Evernote - forgot my password. I tried having the verification code sent to the phone numbers I provided - they never came through. I tried submitting a ticket through their website - it wouldn't "send" it. The live "chat" button is always grayed out. Did find a phone number that seemed to connect me to their California office, but was only able to leave a voice mail. I finally, after two days, found the Back-up codes that I'd printed out - which did get me back in. Going to have to think about re-upping my subscription.
  8. Hi When I want to encrypt a new section in a note Evernote always asks me for an "encryption passphrase" that I've used at the very beginning of my Evernote life. I have to then enter a wrong password (i.e. anything) and then it asks me if I want to use a new Encryption passphrase? I have the option to "Try the passphrase again" or "Use a new passphrase (NOT RECOMMENDED)". With that second option I can then choose my new passphrase that i always use nowadays. My question: Why does EN always ask for this old passphrase and how can I make it stop? Thx :DrSnap
  9. Hi Team: Firstly, thank you for all the great work that you do towards making Evernote such a powerful tool. Job Well Done! I have a feature suggestion. I have been considering using Evernote as my one-stop archive for all my passwords: various email and gaming accountson & off line banking & investments accountscombination locks for my bikes, gym, and work, various web sites that I have an identity with - i.e. Amazon, iTunes, etc.The problem is that my account stays open on my computers due to cookies - which I absolutely like - I do NOT want to have to log in every time I use Evernote. This means though that the above mentioned items would easily be available, due to my negligence of "leaving the door open", to someone who may have access to my computer - say a family member or a stranger who "finds" my communication device and has seen me enter my unlock code. This would be a serious threat to my data. Is it possible to enable a second level, and highly secure (not just 3 digits) password access for individual notebooks? i.e. "Password Archive" or even on individual notes within a (shared) notebook: (Evernote Business) could potentially be able to secure individual notes in a folder called "Voicemail" that would enable staff to access the passwords depending on their privacy access - each receptionists or shipping staff could have access to a note with "their" voicemail password, but that access can be easily revoked and can be changed when someone moves on from the company, or at regular intervals. A manager can change a password and send an email with the change ONLY to those who should have access. This can prevent password sharing. Anyways, the point is that I am wondering if you could please add the option of second level security to notes & / or notebooks? I would personally pay a premium fee for this option. Thank you Andre Favron favron@gmail.com
  10. To use several apps, I have to authorize them by giving them permission to "Retrieve Notes." As far as I understand, this means giving a third company access to the content of all of my notes, including attachments like audio. So if I use an app like that (e.g., IFTTT), then all of Evernote's security features are totally mooted, right? The third company essentially can access my entire Evernote account (minus certain things like my payment information). Very frustrating. Is there any way to use apps without giving third party companies access to all of my notes' content? It's absurd that they claim to need it.
  11. The text encryption is a neat idea, but what if you make a typo when entering the password? I would feel more secure about encrypting important text if I had to type the password twice, or if there were an option to display the password.
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