Encryption and password management
Most of us have tones of passwords. I would love to store them in PB but
don't because of the security risk that would pose. I would love it if
there was an encrypted thought type. you identify the though as encrypted
and the contents (including notes) get protected. Without the master
password, you can see there is a thought there but the contents would be
Karl Hebenstreit commented
This is probably infeasible for performance reasons. One of the practices I've established is to have an 'encrypted' tag, which helps me to make sure that these thoughts don't have any internal attachments. I have external links back to information that's behind my firewall. While people might be able to find out filenames, or intranet links, they would still have to get through the VPN connection to actually access any content. Having an additional "Encrypted" option for Privacy which would prevent internal attachments would make this process more automated. Several additional safeguards would be helpful: 1) being able to set the default privacy, so that information wouldn't be inadvertently disclosed -- 'encrypted' would serve as a second layer -- they could only be reduced to 'private' first; 2) 'Encrypted thoughts' could also not being accessible via the publishing process, but would be part of the synchronization process.