Most of us know the pain of using a shared computer. Privacy is a valued commodity in today's world, and maintaining it does not have to be a hassle. MacCleanse securely scans your system for activity and erases the desired information. Sure, you could go rummaging through your entire system trying to manually clean out your files, but what if you miss something? What if you accidentally delete a crucial file and lose important data? Don't take the risk. Let MacCleanse carefully and precisely scan and incinerate only what you choose. Whether you've been gift shopping online, discussing confidential business matters, visiting inappropriate web sites, or just want to clean out your system, MacCleanse is your savior. Unlike some other privacy protection tools which go through your system with brute force, MacCleanse has been thoroughly tested and only removes the necessary files, and reports all errors.
What is new in this release:
New Feature: error log result items now show relevant files and allow them to be revealed in the Finder.
Bug Fix: Fixed issue with databases not committing actions to disk.
What is new in version 5.1.7:
Bug Fix: Scan no longer stalls.
What is new in version 5.1.6:
Fixed secure erasure mode on macOS Sierra.
What is new in version 5.1.3:
Minor bug fixes.
What is new in version 5.0.5:
Fixed slow loading of file information.
What is new in version 5.0.3:
Fixed issue building directory contents.
What is new in version 5.0.2:
- Feature to "remember" certain apps that are OK to auto-quit during cleanse without confirmation. Plus, a feature to reset that memory.
- Finder is no longer brought foremost after quitting and relaunching.
What is new in version 4.2.3:
- Fixed a long-standing issue where the universal delete panel would not default back to the in-progress screen and instead immediately show Erasure Complete.
- Fixed a long-standing issue where the deletion shells may bump into each other while running.
What is new in version 4.2.2:
Bug Fix: Fixed GlobalAuth being nil exception.