Espionage v3.6.4offers state-of-the-art encryption and plausible deniability for your confidential data.
Sometimes, encrypting your data isn’t enough to protect it. That’s whyEspionage v3.6.4goes beyond data encryption. You can create multiple master passwords, each protecting an isolated set of folders. Every protected folder can also advertise completely different data, depending on whether it’s locked or unlocked.Espionage v3.6.4is also the most secure Espionage yet, featuring AES-256 encryption by default, and scrypt to protect your passwords from even the most powerful of adversaries.
Source code available for security professionals.
Designed for plausible deniability. Multiple master passwords through Folder Sets. Want two versions of your email? Espionage can handle that.
Enhances deniable encryption by creating fake Folder Sets and fake disk images.
Laptop-theft tracking apps (like Undercover) work when usingEspionage v3.6.4without FileVault.
Super-computer defying encryption: AES-256 + scrypt.
Silent.Espionage v3.6.4doesn’t make it easy for people to know what’s encrypted.
Folder Actions make it easy to encrypt your email.
Quickly access folders via the menu bar and keyboard shortcuts.
Works with your favorite backup software like Time Machine and Dropbox.
Optionally prevent folder contents from showing up in Spotlight even when the folder is unlocked.
High-quality customer support. Yes, given how terrible customer support can be, we consider this a feature.
Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later.
Improved plausible deniability by quietly mounting folders (hides some Console messages)
Updated Sparkle (even though we use HTTPS) just to be on the safe side due to a vulnerability.
Use HTTPS for newsletter registration during setup.
Dropped support for OS X 10.7, 10.8, and 10.9 because all of these operating systems are insecure (details in blog release notes for this version).
Fixed “error decrypting database” on OS X 10.10 (introduced in 3.6.3).