iCrypt

1.3 27 Dec 2010

AES 256-bit encryption.

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Developer website: Julien Couthouis

With iCrypt you will be able to crypt your data using an AES algorithm with 256-bit encryption. Just drag and drop files or folders on iCrypt to encrypt or decrypt them. Use on Mac OS X is really easy, moreover self-decrypting files allow you to exchange your data even if your recipient has not installed iCrypt. UNIX compatibility is also provided by the use of ccrypt. This encrypting method is really strong and secure so could be illegal in some countries. Use it in accordance with your local laws.

Main features:

  • Allows encrypting of files and folders
  • Folders are compressed via the 'tar' command automagically before being encrypted for space saving and maximum security
  • Various settings are available (and Preferences-settable) like removing the source file after encrypting
  • You can make self-decrypting files with just one click, which you can share with any Mac OS X user and he will be able to open it without the iCrypt application itself
  • The files created do not have a resource fork, so you can happily share the files via the Internet without any loss of data
  • Strong encryption using a well-known algorithm (256 bits)
  • By the way, the demo version is fully functional
  • French localisation

What's New

Version 1.3:
  • Universal Binary.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.4 or later

*Previously available here

Ratings

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Details

Downloads
10,730
Version Downloads
2,754
Type
Utilities / Network
License
Shareware
Date
27 Dec 2010
Platform
OS X
Price
$12.95