Espionage 2.0.2 Released!

Version 2.0.2 adds more bugfixes: FIXED: situation where the helper could hang if an association went missing FIXED: apps with names longer than 16 characters were not being watched for quit FIXED: finder sometimes bringing up password prompt upon login IMPROVED: will not stop or update helper while associated apps running (prevents their data from […]

Espionage 2.0.1 Released!

Version 2.0.1 adds a bugfix for one annoying bug related to backups not working immediately, and whitelists fseventsd: FIXED: Backups not backing up recently added folder IMPROVED: fseventsd added to default whitelist Now when you enable backups for a folder, it will also begin backing up immediately if the destination is present. It also includes […]

Notice: Silent Fix for 2.0

If you downloaded Espionage 2.0 before midnight on the 24th of February, then you may run into a bug if you attempt to encrypt a folder on an external drive. I’m not sure how this one slipped past us, but the bug was silently fixed as soon as it was discovered, and immediately uploaded to […]

Espionage 2.0 Released! (Updated 2x)

After months of development, Espionage 2.0 is finally here, and it’s brimming with new features: NEW: Support for separate keychain = support for separate master password! NEW: Application Associations – Tightly integrates applications with their encrypted folders (no need to auto-unlock) NEW: DelayedLauncher built-in. Check “Launch at login” in Application Associations NEW: Stupid-Proof safety checks […]

What applications would you encrypt data for?

Thank you for your responses to our previous question: Should unencrypted folder support be removed? Based on your responses we’re leaving it in, but some UI changes will make choosing no encryption much more deliberate. We’re cooking up an incredible update for you guys. It’s going to be here really soon. If you can’t tell […]