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Re: [Orgmode] Re: orgmode as a reference system: Storing private/sensiti

From: Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: orgmode as a reference system: Storing private/sensitive information and syncing across devices.
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2010 18:41:19 -0500

Hi Sebastian,

Well, org adds it because reference.org is part of agenda-file array.
Not sure how I can exclude it from org-mobile even if it is added to
the agenda view, any hints?

As for encryption. I will do as you suggested.

I wonder what you guys think about other note-taking software, such as
Evernote, that operate in the cloud. I know many people that keep
their sensitive data on Evernote and sync with different computers and


On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 6:15 PM, Sebastian Rose <address@hidden> wrote:
> Marcelo de Moraes Serpa <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hmm, never heard about it :)
>> But I assume that -- at least in terms of network security -- having
>> the WebDav server below a HTTPS layer is enough. This would at least
>> put a layer of security for when I'm syncing between devices (in this
>> case OSX<->WebDav<->MobileOrg). I know, however, there might be other
>> holes or someone might even me able to just sit in front of my
>> computer and fiddle through the org text files, so that might be a
>> good use-case for org-crypt.
> Hi Marcelo,
> unencrypted data is _not_ secure.
> Encrypt your data and you'll have a chance to lock your bank account
> card just in time, once your iPod gets lost (or stolen).
> (Is it necessary to carry sensitive data around on your iPod??? Can't
> believe it...)
> As you might have guessed, I'm one of those "more neurotic" persons.
> And more and more people join us --- to late in many cases.  Encryption
> is cheep.  Unencrypted data can be expensive.
>   Sebastian

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