admin wrote:And about password protection for other modules. Let's see if there're more requests for this feature from other users.
The Andoid lock screen with gestures is strong enough for my tasks and notes (only my banking data are protected by Keepass):
OK, it's your data and you get to do what ever you want.
But, nothing short of encryption of the data itself is sufficient for me.
Unless the folders/files and/or the entire disk (OK it's not really a disk) on such an easily (misplaced/stolen/lost) device is encrypted there is nothing that will prevent someone from getting access to the data. Unfortunately gestures are very easy to circumvent. Passwords are a tad more difficult, but they too can be broken; it's just a question of how much time it takes to break the password. And that time is solely the province of those who want to gain access to the data.
I am not willing to make compromises when it comes to data on computers; I have spent too many years in the IT industry to risk compromising my customers data. And these days we are reading more and more about customer data being compromised on systems that people thought were relatively secure.
Security is very binary (either ya got it or ya don't) and not cheap to implement and maintain.
I have lots and lots of notes that contain confidential information. I see no point in having the data encrypted on the PC and NOT have the ability to encrypt the same data on the (more) portable device (Android in my case).
While the EPim Passwords function is nice and I will use it extensively it is just to rigidly formatted for many types of information that is sensitive in nature to meet my requirements.
I hope this will be a very interesting subject that a lot of people will respond to and also hope that the majority of folks who respond will want more encryption on their (more) portable devices.