51 votesAnonymous commented
If GoodNotes is storing *my* data on *their* server then it is incumbent on Goodnotes to secure my data while in their hands, via strong encryption. It is not sufficient to say “don’t worry our servers are secure” or “our severs are encrypted”. The encryption must be with my key or password which only I know.
These days we hear daily news about data breaches. I am astonished that GoodNotes is still missing any encryption capabilities. Essential for business or personal use.Anonymous supported this idea ·