Espionage 3.6 – Simple, state of the art encryption and plausible deniability for your data
Espionage offers state-of-the-art encryption and plausible deniability for your confidential data.
Sometimes, encrypting your data isn’t enough to protect it. That’s why Espionage 3 goes beyond data encryption.
- Source code available for security professionals.
- Designed for plausible deniability. Multiple master passwords through Folder Sets. Want two versions of your email? Espionage can handle that.
- Enhances deniable encryption by creating fake Folder Sets and fake disk images.
- Laptop-theft tracking apps (like Undercover) work when using Espionage without FileVault.
- Super-computer defying encryption: AES-256 + scrypt.
- Silent. Espionage 3 doesn’t make it easy for people to know what’s encrypted.
- Folder Actions make it easy to encrypt your email. Watch how to do it.
- Quickly access folders via the menu bar and keyboard shortcuts.
- Works with your favorite backup software like Time Machine and Dropbox.
- Optionally prevent folder contents from showing up in Spotlight even when the folder is unlocked.
- High-quality customer support. Yes, given how terrible customer support can be, we consider this a feature.
- You can create multiple master passwords, each protecting an isolated set of folders. Every protected folder can also advertise completely different data, depending on whether it’s locked or unlocked.
Espionage 3 is also the most secure Espionage yet, featuring AES-256 encryption by default, and scrypt to protect your passwords from even the most powerful of adversaries.
Localizations for: Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Russian, Tagalog
- Fake folder sets and fake disk images to mask how many you really have.
- Read our blog to maximize the plausible deniability offered in this update!
- Holding Shift when unlocking folder opens it (plus preference to make default behavior)
- Set the default image disk location via Preferences.
- Double-click license to register Espionage (although we don’t want to encourage double-clicking email attachments, too many weren’t reading the instructions).
- Security Enhancements!
- Sparkle updates protected from TLS MITM with pinned 4096-bit key (see this video explanation of TLS MITM).
- Disk images signed with our 4096-bit key (signature file linked in blog post & soon via dedicated downloads page). We recommend using GPGTools.
- Updated Localizations!
- Spanish, Brazillian Portuguese
- Partial (to-be-finished) support for:
- Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Czech, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Tagalog
- Want your language here? Get in touch!
- Multiple monitor support.
- No longer brings up the scary OS X prompt for Contacts access during install (users must now manually type email to subscribe to newsletter).
- Updated Sparkle to 1.7.1.
- Close Espionage window when Escape key is pressed.
- Quit if database newer than what Espionage expects.
- Encrypted folders on Desktop stay visible when unlocked.
- Better architecture for handling of disk images on external drives.
- All XIBs upgraded to Xcode 5.
- Sparkle updates from updates.taoeffect.com to avoid scaring Little Snitch users.
- Crash in OS X 10.7 resizing the disk image.
- Fixed potential crashes in certain error-handling situations.
- Multiple Screen in OS X 10.9
- Autounlock now properly updated for folders that were forcibly removed from the database (via the contextual menu).
- Disk image’s password is now saved in the same folder as the disk image when restoration fails (instead of always on the Desktop).
- When using Window mode, open Espionage window when Dock icon is clicked
- In folder list, filter by folder name instead of folder path
- Removed misplaced warning when sparsebundle is imported from Desktop
- Fixed email validator in newsletter setup assistant.
- Better error handling and error messages during encryption and decryption.
- Autounlock dialog staying open too long.
- Removed deprecated API use (and therefore the Console messages).
- Misceallaneous fixes and improvements. Over 100 tickets closed in this release!
OS X 10.7 or later
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