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sparsebundle at startup
« on: November 12, 2014, 02:33:38 AM »
I am running OS 10.10. When I log-in to my computer, I get a pop-up asking me to enter the password for each of the files that I have encrypted with Espionage 3. (See attachment) If I log into Espionage 3 and ask it to unlock each of these folders the prompt for passwords goes away. How can I shut this off, very annoying?

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Re: sparsebundle at startup
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2014, 06:40:32 AM »
It seems that some process is trying to open a file from each of your protected folders during login. I saw this with Apple Pages and using the "open recent" menu item. If the folder would be locked and you would try to open one of the recent files, then you would get a prompt to enter the disk image password.
Once you unlock the folders from espionage then this/these processes can access the file(s) and will stop bothering you. I do not know what did you protect and whether what I'm saying makes sense.

Give it a thought and let me know.

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