I’m loving Supernotes, and would be very keen to use it as my daily driver for notes and knowledge management. This would mean that a lot of my cards’ content would be quite personal, which makes privacy and encryption very important to me.
In another post, Tobias confirmed Supernotes’ focus on privacy and security, and that backups are automatically encrypted on Supernotes’ servers. This is great news, and I would be very keen to know:
- Are our cards’ content also encrypted at rest on Supernotes’ servers?
- If so, who holds the encryption keys, and where are those keys stored?
I understand that encrypted user content could present hurdles to the sharing/collaborative focus of Supernotes, but this is a feature that I for one would happily pay extra for.
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