Standard Notes uses stronger encryption technology than industry-leading password managers

Standard Notes is a free, open-source, and completely encrypted notes app that runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android and the Web. The focus of Standard Notes is simplicity and security. What has me sold on Standard Notes is the “end-to-end encryption” that features stronger encryption than the industry-leading password managers. No one, but you can read your notes. I would not be afraid to store passwords or any other confidential or personal information in Standard Notes.

Standard Notes uses stronger encryption technology than industry-leading password managers. In most cases, leading password managers use PBKDF2 for key derivation and AES-256 for encryption. Standard Notes uses post-PBKDF2 Argon2 for key derivation and post-AES XChaCha20-Poly1305 for encryption. This means that Standard Notes makes for an excellent place to store passwords, keys, and other secretive credentials.

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Great “Simple” Note Keeping Application

Simplenote 2.11.0

Simplenote is an Open Source utility that allows you to sync your essential notes on all your devices automatically. You can use Simplenote to keep notes, lists, ideas and more. All items entered will sync throughout all of your connected devices. It is set up in such way that it lends itself to maximum efficiency.

TreeNoote version 1.6 is now available! A version that makes your notes even more secure!

Secure, simple, and free! TreeNoote is available free for Windows and is under development for iOS, Android, MacOS, Linux. What’s new in this version 1.6: Automatic backup of your data with a choice of storage path and number of copies to keep; AND, the ability to restore your backed up data on demand.

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