Last post by norm - November 11, 2017, 02:40:49 PM
how do I stop this error message from showing up every time I reboot my computer?
It is a pop up window which says something to the effect of "i spy not found, please reboot..."
Running OS X 10.11.6. Espionage 3.6.6
I've deleted the "Espionage" from the applications list (left the "Espionage 3"), and deleted from the library: iSpy, extensions/ispy.kext, launch Daemons/com.taoeffect.ispy, emptied the trash and rebooted but the error message still showed up.
Last post by zsolt - November 07, 2017, 12:25:09 AM
Hello, no this is not possible. Espionage stores the data in encrypted disk image which is recognized only by Mac OS. To Google drive it will look like a folder with a bunch of files in it, these are so called stripes of the disk image. So again, in short, this is not possible.....unless, you combine with another app called tresorit. We tested this to some extent but we never officially embrace it, so you are doing it on your own responsibility, but I will be more then happy to assist you with the process. Basically, what you do is use Espionage to protect the data on the Mac, and sync the unlocked folder with Tresorit clould, then you use tresorit app to access the files on the iOS or on their web front end.
Last post by mdelsman - November 04, 2017, 04:43:37 PM
I've been researching Espionage 3 - and have a question. I'd like to file encrypt on my Mac, use Google backup/sync to store remotely. Any method to view files (do not need edit) via iPhone IOS devices from Google drive? Thanks for helping a newbie...
Last post by SaturnV - October 19, 2017, 04:57:56 PM
Espionage 3.6.6 on High Sierra 10.13.
Last week I posted a strange alert from Espionage when trying to unlock an encrypted folder. The volume's original name created under Espionage is "Fonts" but Espionage threw a strange alert about not being able to rename "GoogleSoftwareUpdate-184.108.40.206" to "Fonts" (see attachment).
After putting the system to sleep and trying again 30 minutes later, Espionage opened the folder successfully and the name was correct. I chalked it up to some kind of bug in High Sierra volume naming since I had had a similar "misnaming" error on an app install volume downloaded from another developer.
Today I had two more instances of really odd volume naming behavior. In one, Espionage said that it unlocked the Fonts folder, but it was shown on the Devices list in Finder as a file and was not accessible. After retrying two times, it opened as a correctly named volume with the contents intact.
Then, after being open for something like 30 minutes, the Volume icon on the Desktop suddenly acquired a Dropbox graphic on it! When I quickly locked the folder in distress, Espionage threw an error about not being able to access some long URL on Dropbox (unfortunately not captured with a screen grab...), but it did lock the folder.
Attached is a screen grab showing very odd Finder behavior: the Fonts volume is listed as a file and as two instances of a volume open at the same time. Trying to eject the volumes via Finder failed (it used to work...) and the volume can only be locked from Espionage now. After locking one of the Fonts volumes via Espionage, the other is now named "Dropbox Installer"! (see attached screen grab).
Am I seeing unstable volume handling in High Sierra, some kind of hack of my system, or is this an Espionage bug?? Please advise.