Evernote latest to be struck by DDoS attack

Sooraj Shah
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Users of notetaking and archiving software left unable to synchronise files

Evernote, the software firm with an app designed for notetaking and archiving, is the latest to be hit by a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. The software supports a number of operating platforms,...

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