According to a Mar. 3 report in “The Times of India”, “Evernote” has announced that hackers have been able to enter its network and take the encrypted passwords, email addresses and usernames of some of its users. “Evernote” is a hugely popular note sharing service with more than 50 million members.
While “Evernote” isn't saying how many how many passwords were captured, it is resetting the passwords of all its users as a precaution. “Evernote” has said on its website however, that no user content was taken, altered or lost and no payment information was accessed.
When you reset your password, “Evernote” suggests that you follow good password practice and follow these suggestions:
Do not use passwords based on simple words that can be found in a dictionary
Do not use the same password for multiple services or sites
If you get an email asking you to reset your password, never click on a link in that email but rather go directly to the site to change your password
“Evernote” is a service that lets you keep notes, photos, reminders and more across all your devices so wherever you are, and whatever device you're using, you have access to your information. What's more, all this information is completely searchable. While “Evernote” is free, its premium services require a paid subscription.
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