You have files you need to keep private and secure. You want password-protected, encrypted folders to put them in. You do not want to deal with techno-jargon. You want VAULT. Vault lets you easily create, access, and safeguard "encrypted disk images" - basically secure folders on your Mac. Just create a new vault with a password, and then you can open and close that vault at your leisure. Files you drop in the vault will be visible while the vault is open - and not visible when the vault is closed. It's that simple. Your vaults are completely portable and can be opened with (and only with) the correct password, and are protected with 256-bit AES encryption (superior to Blowfish). While a vault is open, you can easily work with its contents using the integrated file browser which puts incredible features right at your fingertips: Automatic, constant, live-updates instantly as you add new files. Image grid (like iPhoto) lets you see thumbnails of all your files Sortable table shows details of your files (size, type, etc) Quicklook integration lets you look inside any file (just like Finder) Search for specific files Move, open, print, or delete Show file in Finder Lots of sharing options: email, make a zip archive, upload it to the cloud and share the link, etc...and more! Thanks and enjoy!-------Please, for support inquiries visit the link at the right. We are here to help.
What's new in version 1.1
Lots of requested features in this major update... Added password protection against deleting a vault Option to copy or move files (rather than just move), and more informative feedback of what is going on when you drag-n-drop files Ability to reveal an open vault in the Finder, so you can work directly with it if you'd like Added "Secure Delete" as an option for files and improved deleting behavior Reduced latency between when you move or delete files and when Vault notices these changes Search when you push enter, rather than "as you type" Vault now obeys if you set the "don't show this again" preference for gathering or deleting Fixed the "file info bar floating in space" bug Some minor performance enhancements throughout
ReleaseFebruary 14, 2011
Date AddedFebruary 14, 2011
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required