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iPhone v. 1.3 part 3: Secrets, to go

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 09 Sep 2008

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 09 Sep 2008

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Evernote for iPhone now lets you decrypt note content that was encrypted on the desktop clients. With this functionality, you can access private or sensitive information, even when you’re on the go. Our IT guy says he uses this feature to look up passwords at the datacenter. Whatever that means. Get the latest version of Evernote for iPhone.

To decrypt, simply tap on the encrypted content, which will bring up a password entry field. Once you’ve entered the correct password, the content will become temporarily decrypted. As soon as you leave the note, your data will return to an encrypted state.

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We’re looking into encryption from the iPhone, as well. It’s quite tricky.

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  • Andrew Sinkov

    @Patrick Evernote for Mac currently supports encryption. To encrypt, highlight a portion of a note, CTRL+click, and choose “Encrypt selected text.”

  • Kevin Hedin

    So can I encrypt entire scanned notes? pdf’s? or images?

  • andrew

    can your company see what we encrypt?

  • Greg Estes

    How about the ability read the notes offline when you don’t have an internet connection? Even if read-only. There are times I’d like to be able to access the date I have stored with evernote when I’m out of cellular reception and have not wifi either.

  • John

    Is there any more information about encryption on iPhone.
    I would like to be able to encrypt sensible information directly on my iPhone, but I can’t find a way of doing so.

    Any hints?

  • Shana

    Are we able to encrypt data on IPhone?