|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Mac OS X|
|Last updated:||22 Jul. 2011|
|File size:||5.6 MB|
Publisher description for Espionage
Espionage is a unique encryption application. It lets you encrypt and password protect individual folders, and interact with them straight from the Finder. No longer is it necessary to encrypt your entire home folder just to protect your email, or chat histories. Encrypting data unnecessarily slows your computer down, and for laptop users, can be a drain on battery life. Espionage solves this problem by letting you encrypt only what you want, and it does it while integrating directly with the Finder. Just double-click on a folder and enter your password at the prompt to unlock. Right-click on it to re-lock. Folder encryption has never been this easy before. And for users who just want to put a password on unimportant data without securely encrypting it, such as a folder full of hundreds of videos that they don't want their grandparents to see, Espionage has them covered. While securely encrypting folders is its chief purpose, Espionage can put a password on any folder in a flash without touching its contents.