Mac Security Bundle
Mac Security Bundle
1.0

2.9

Mac Security Bundle free download for Mac

Mac Security Bundle

1.0
09 November 2011

Keep your sensitive files and folders secure.

Overview

The Mac Security Bundle from Apimac helps you keep your Mac and your sensitive data secure with four apps that will easily hide and encrypt your files, folders and even emails!

Secret Folder for Mac constitutes the perfect solution if you wish to prevent occasional users of your Mac from viewing, opening, or changing files or documents while browsing the contents of your hard drive.

Protect Files for Mac is the perfect solution should you need to password-encrypt your data and prevent any illegitimate or malicious use by others.

Compress Files for Mac is the ideal solution for those wishing to compress and store sensitive files, send them via e-mail or store them securely on a hard drive or external media.

Encrypt Email for Mac is the easiest means to send secure emails. Mac recipients will receive a password-protected DMG file while Windows and Linux users can be sent a password-protected ZIP file. The user should communicate privately the password to the intended recipients to allow them to read the message's text and view any attachments.

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3 Mac Security Bundle Reviews

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johnny-thompson
11 January 2012

Most helpful

Okay... This developer recently took part in the MacUpdate Promo deal and offered his Security Bundle for $19.99 instead of $69.99. That is where things started to head south. It was discovered that Thomas Geza of Apimac (the developer) was using several sockpuppet accounts and shilling for his own software, by pretending to be users. One such account is Thomas76 below, renamed from having previously been called Thomasgeza, and it wouldn't surprise me if he renames it again later. He's shilling for his own overpriced garbage, and was downvoting every comment that exposed him. I was going to let it slip, but his continued disgusting actions have forced me to take this outside the promo and warn future prospective users about who he is, and expose the kind of software he sells. Okay... So let's look at his Mac Security Bundle's components: Secret Folder: Hides folders, can be done for FREE with multiple freeware alternatives like altomac.com/hide_folders/ Protect Files: Creates a password-protected DMG file, can be done for FREE from Disk Utility which comes with all Macs (press New Image and select a value for Encryption and you will be given an encrypted DMG that you can lock/unlock and store files in). Compress Files: Creates a password-protected zip archive. Can be done with the FREE Zipeg which can compress/decompress password-protected archives, at zipeg.com. Encrypt Email: All it does is send a password-protected DMG or Zip as an email attachment. Seriously? You could do that on your own for FREE. Plus, if you wanted real email encryption, there's yet another FREE solution called GPG which is a cross-platform (Mac, Linux, Windows) solution for encrypting/decrypting emails and signing them with digital signatures to guarantee authorship etc. Can be downloaded for FREE from gpgtools.org. So, total value of this bundle: FREE. Anyone paying for this is getting thoroughly ripped off by a scumbag.
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Version 1.0
saeedb4694
26 November 2013
انا اشكر الاخوة العاملين في هذه الشركة وارجوا من اللة التوفيق لكم بالنجاح ويبارك لكم اعمالكم وشكرا لكم اخوكم سعيد
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Version 1.0
FreakyTJ
14 February 2012
Not to go rogue, but this is the sad tactics you see so wide spread throughout the Windows community! It hurts to have scum and sly deceiving people try to exploit the Mac community! People should sincerely look deeper into their actions, consider the harm it does all around. Also, MU should pull this application submission because of the developer's poor choices.
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Version 1.0
johnny-thompson
11 January 2012
Okay... This developer recently took part in the MacUpdate Promo deal and offered his Security Bundle for $19.99 instead of $69.99. That is where things started to head south. It was discovered that Thomas Geza of Apimac (the developer) was using several sockpuppet accounts and shilling for his own software, by pretending to be users. One such account is Thomas76 below, renamed from having previously been called Thomasgeza, and it wouldn't surprise me if he renames it again later. He's shilling for his own overpriced garbage, and was downvoting every comment that exposed him. I was going to let it slip, but his continued disgusting actions have forced me to take this outside the promo and warn future prospective users about who he is, and expose the kind of software he sells. Okay... So let's look at his Mac Security Bundle's components: Secret Folder: Hides folders, can be done for FREE with multiple freeware alternatives like altomac.com/hide_folders/ Protect Files: Creates a password-protected DMG file, can be done for FREE from Disk Utility which comes with all Macs (press New Image and select a value for Encryption and you will be given an encrypted DMG that you can lock/unlock and store files in). Compress Files: Creates a password-protected zip archive. Can be done with the FREE Zipeg which can compress/decompress password-protected archives, at zipeg.com. Encrypt Email: All it does is send a password-protected DMG or Zip as an email attachment. Seriously? You could do that on your own for FREE. Plus, if you wanted real email encryption, there's yet another FREE solution called GPG which is a cross-platform (Mac, Linux, Windows) solution for encrypting/decrypting emails and signing them with digital signatures to guarantee authorship etc. Can be downloaded for FREE from gpgtools.org. So, total value of this bundle: FREE. Anyone paying for this is getting thoroughly ripped off by a scumbag.
Like (15)
Version 1.0
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Craig-Blackburn
Craig-Blackburn
13 January 2012
Thanks for the Heads up.
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johnny-thompson
johnny-thompson
13 January 2012
His shill account(s) have been removed by MacUpdate and the fraudulent reviews below are gone. Good riddance.
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$69.99

2.9

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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