Evernote users threaten to quit over new privacy policy – but have already agreed to staff reading their notes

If you’re upset that Evernote’s proposed new privacy policy will mean staff can read your notes, you haven’t read the existing privacy policy carefully enough.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.

Evernote forum hacked, some users warned passwords could be exposed

Evernote’s official discussion forum has suffered a security breach, which has allowed hackers to access user’s profile information and (in some cases) password hashes.

Feedly refuses to give in to blackmail demands, gets hit by DDoS attack

“Criminals are attacking feedly with a distributed denial of service attack. The attacker is trying to extort us money to make it stop. We refused to give in…”

RSS feed aggregator refuses to bow down to blackmailers.

Evernote? Ever not! Cloud service brought down by denial-of-service attack

It’s another bad day for the cloud, as the popular online note-taking service Evernote says it has been hit by a denial-of-service attack which prevented users from accessing their accounts.

Evernote tells some users to change their passwords. (Psst! It’s Adobe’s fault…)

Evernote offers some sensible, proactive advice to victims of the recent password mega-breach at Adobe.

Evernote shoots itself in foot over “never click on ‘reset password’ requests” advice

Have you taken a close look at the email that Evernote has sent out, with the subject line “Evernote Security Notice: Service-wide Password Reset”?

It looks like the hacked company has made a blunder.

Evernote hacked – almost 50 million passwords reset after security breach

Evernote, the online note-taking service, has says that it has suffered a serious security breach which saw hackers steal usernames, associated email addresses and encrypted passwords.