Espionage is a unique data security application. It lets you encrypt and password protect individual folders, and interact with them straight from the Finder. Espionage protects you even if you're forced to give up your password by giving you the ability to have multiple master passwords, each protecting a unique set of folders through a feature called Folder Sets.
What is new in this release:
Espionage 3.6.2 delivers an important security fix to address a plausible deniability issue with folders that were set to auto-lock, and it also brings important improvements and bug fixes.
What is new in version 3.6.1:
- Added crash reporting mechanism (QuincyKit).
- Large folders should unlock faster now (size check is now done asynchronously)
- OS X 10.10 Yosemite compatibility.
- Fixed problem causing NSLockError messages in console.
- Use built-in notifications by default (they display more text than OS X's or Growl's).
- Espionage's "Window Mode" window would appear would it shouldn't.
- Quit button shouldn't show on the very first TESetupAssisant.
- No longer show "Buy Now" in license preferences when registered.