Encryption Buddy
Encryption Buddy
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Encryption Buddy1.1.4

31 May 2018

Password protect and encrypt your files.

Overview

Encryption Buddy is an app for your Mac that will allow you to password protect and encrypt any type of file. Encryption Buddy has a clean, easy to use and understand interface: Simply drag-and-drop the files that you want to encrypt / password protect into the main window, supply a password, and click "Encrypt My Files!" Decryption is just as easy - and no one can decrypt your files unless they have the Encryption Buddy app and your password.

What's new in Encryption Buddy

Version 1.1.4:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.11 or later running on a 64-bit Intel processor

  • 64 Bit

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How would you rate Encryption Buddy app?

9 Reviews of Encryption Buddy

4
thunderstrucker
09 March 2016
Version: 1.1.3

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This tiny app allows user to protect and encrypt any type of files. Drag and drop the files you want to encrypt or protect with password to the application window. Create a password and click “Encrypt My Files”. It takes some time. In order to decrypt this file you should do almost the same. Easy as a pie. Attention: Make sure your passwords are stong enough but at the same time they are easy to rememeber. Forgotten password means lost data.
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thunderstrucker
09 March 2016
Version: 1.1.3
This tiny app allows user to protect and encrypt any type of files. Drag and drop the files you want to encrypt or protect with password to the application window. Create a password and click “Encrypt My Files”. It takes some time. In order to decrypt this file you should do almost the same. Easy as a pie. Attention: Make sure your passwords are stong enough but at the same time they are easy to rememeber. Forgotten password means lost data.
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Max-G
15 December 2015
Version: 1.1.3
Developer, what is the encryption used? AES-256? And if I drag multiple files in Encryption Buddy, will these be encrypted individually? I.e. remain separate files?
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MisterE
18 November 2013
Version: 1.1.1
Save your money people!! Use Disk Utility to make an encrypted disk image (.dmg) file and store all your sensitive stuff *cough/pron/cough* in there. You can even make an encrypted disk image from a folder, which this app can not, if you choose the File -> New option from the menu bar.
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RasmusK1199
12 November 2013
Version: 1.1.0
After Snowden's revelation people concerned about their privacy should only use open source encryption software!
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Xpuserpjc
29 November 2012
Version: 1.0.6
What is not included in the product description is that it works on files only, not folders. Granted, it is inexpensive with a good drag-and-drop interface but it was a surprise not being able to work with a folder. The simple solution is to right-click the folder, compress (making it a file) and then drag-drop it to Encryption Buddy. The file extension goes from '.zip' to '.eb' Not bad.
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Lesoth0
30 October 2012
Version: 1.0.5
Absolutely outstanding app and developer! Had installation probs originally with paid-for v1.04 and Brian and the guys sorted the bugs in less than a week and released the v1.05 update and it installed and is working brilliantly now. App is dead simple and quick to use. All the little preferences have been thought out with regards efficiency and encryption/decryption of your file(s). Works great in Leopard and Snow Leopard (on MacPros) that I tried it on for testing. Can't rate it or the developer highly enough. *THIS* is why I'm such a believer in paying for great shareware that the developer cares about. I wish there were more around like this. Awesome!
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Timmyb
30 September 2012
Version: 1.0.4
Seems to use the TripleDES algorithm which is ok I guess, although there is no mention of what mode of operation or keying method is being used.
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Timmyb
25 September 2012
Version: 1.0.4
According to the FAQ passwords can only consist of A-Z, a-z, 0-1. That is not good.
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Markie205
02 July 2012
Version: 1.0.3
Given that an encryption program could range from a wunderkind to a disaster, what's the value of the two five-star rating that have no comments? Need to have some anecdotal experience before encrypting files. --
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