KryptoSpace
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Folder encryption utility.   Shareware ($16.00)
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KryptoSpace lets you choose a number of folders to encrypt. These folders will be encrypted, but still visible at their original emplacement. For example, if you have confidential documents, you can just encrypt your Documents folder.

KryptoSpace will create a secure disk (using the same technology as Apple FileVault), and it will securely delete the original content.

If you choose to store your password in the system KeyChain and to automatically mount encrypted directories at login, you can work as usual.

You can be sure that if your computer
What's New
Version 2.1.2:
  • Fixed: Improved compatibility with Tiger
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4.4 or later



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CeMacSoft (developer) commented on 09 Nov 2008
Given the increasing workload of my day job, I cannot maintain and support KryptoSpace as I should, and I have decided to discontinue the product. This wasn't an easy decision, and most of all I didn't want to leave paying customers without an alternative solution.

The alternative solution is a new product called Espionage (http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/29384/espionage); this product is similar to KryptoSpace, but it offers more features and it is better integrated with the system. I have contacted the developer of Espionage, and he kindly agrees to give a discount to all the owners of KryptoSpace.

If you have purchased KryptoSpace KryptoSpace on or after October 10, 2008, feel free to request a full refund.
[Version 2.1.2]


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Helmo Hass commented on 08 Nov 2007
Got the file today and no way to encrypt a file, It isn't working at all under Leo PPC...
[Version 2.1b]

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CeMacSoft (developer) replied on 19 Nov 2007
The product has been tested under Leopard Intel and Tiger PPC; unfortunately I do not have a machine running Leopard PPC at the moment. I hope to get one in about two weeks.

That being said, KryptoSpace should work as expected under Leopard PPC, and no users raised this issue to the support.

Could you contact "support AT cemacsoft DOT com" with more details? In particular it would be useful if you could provide:

* A short description of what you are doing and of the error;
* The error message in the Console log (do not hesitate to ask if you need more details about this).

All the best,
CeMacSoft
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Dom21 commented on 24 Jun 2007
What encryption algorithm does this use?
[Version 2.0]

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CeMacSoft (developer) replied on 24 Jun 2007
The encryption algorithm is AES-128; for more details: http://www.iaik.tu-graz.ac.at/research/krypto/AES/
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paguca reviewed on 04 Dec 2006
does what it says,

the good > it does that quick, less than sec for a 78 mb file

the bad > the encrypted file will take the double space in the disk: example: a 78 mb file will take 132 mb in the disk once encrypted!!
[Version 1.4]

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Corpsecorps replied on 31 Jul 2007
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Whoa!

It isn't typical for AES-128 encryption to massively increase the size of encrypted files is it?
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Downloads:6,843
Version Downloads:1,842
Type:Utilities : Security
License:Shareware
Date:06 Apr 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $16.00
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KryptoSpace lets you choose a number of folders to encrypt. These folders will be encrypted, but still visible at their original emplacement. For example, if you have confidential documents, you can just encrypt your Documents folder.

KryptoSpace will create a secure disk (using the same technology as Apple FileVault), and it will securely delete the original content.

If you choose to store your password in the system KeyChain and to automatically mount encrypted directories at login, you can work as usual.

You can be sure that if your computer is stolen, nobody will be able to access your data, even if they have physical access to your hard disk. In the same way, the system administrator has no access to your data.

You don't need to be administrator to use KryptoSpace.


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