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Espionage 3 / Incorrect Alert Wording
« on: October 03, 2016, 05:06:20 PM »
I have Yosemite installed and I'm not sure when Apple did this (I think with El Capitain), but there is no longer a "secure empty trash" option.  Supposedly, they decided they don't need it because it isn't necessary with SSD drives.  However, I have an older MacBook pro with a regular magnetic media hard drive, but have Yosemite installed with no "Secure Empty Trash" option.  Why do I mention this?

I was just playing around with Espionage on my MBP and made a simple folder with a couple files to try to encrypt.  When I did this, I got an alert that said:

The original folder has been placed in the Trash.

You can securely delete it by selecting “Secure Empty Trash…” from the Finder menu."

Ok, so if my original file has been placed in the trash, but I can't securely delete it, then what?

Espionage 3 / Question about using multiple file folders
« on: July 24, 2012, 12:21:07 AM »
Ok, I have two differed file folder sets encrypted with two different passwords.  Is there a way to open the second set without quitting the first set?  I know if I quit and open again with the second password it will open the sec on set, but is it possible to have both sets open at the same time?  If so, how?

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