Find yourself needing to protect secret files? Need to hide those love letters from your past loved one? Or maybe you need to hide those invoices your little sister keeps fiddling with.
Here's your solution!
Exces. Simple, pretty, secure. Exces allows you to protect your precious files with the click of a button. Just pick a password, lock, and you're good to go. Exces uses the strong, uncracked AES encryption standard.
Exces is a tool that lets the users create password-protected vaults. The ease of use and the attractive interface are Exces' key features. Each vault is protected using the same encryption algorithm Apple uses for FileVault - AES 128. Exces features a password assistant, to help choose strong passwords. Exces now also has a shrink vault feature, which lets you easily shrink a vault to the minimum possible disk space.
NewNew Feature: Auto-lock. Have you ever left your desk for some time and then discovered, to your horror, that you forgot to lock a confidential Exces vault? Well, worry no more, with ExcesÃ??Ã¢?? new auto-lock feature, Exces automatically locks the vault after 10min of inactivity. To use this new feature, simply activate it by opening Preferences, and ticking the Ã??Ã¢??auto-lockÃ??Ã¢?? checkbox. (Auto-lock does not work when files are open in the vault, to safeguard from data-corruption.)
New Feature: Shrink a vault to the minimum size possible! Works on all vaults including vaults created with a previous version of Exces.
Lots of polish. Little things have been changed all over the place to improve the global behavior of Exces. For example, Exces now checks whether it is running from the disk image and offers to install itself.
Bug fixes. Minor bugs that have cropped up have been fixed here and there.