Mac OS X Software
Mac OS X
Ghost Sphere - 2.0.3
Ghost Sphere hides multiple folders with content. It provides you with an easy and yet powerful tool to protect entire folders. Ghost Sphere can also hide it’s true function to strangers and hide it’s window. The ‘managed folders’ feature brings you automated power and increased security.
The Professional Edition creates, hides, mounts, unmounts, locks and unlocks secure 128bit AES encrypted vaults. These are Apple Standard encrypted sparse disk images who grow with their content up to 100 Gigabytes.
The Mobile Edition is great to secure folders and encrypted vaults on your iPod or any other removable drive.
Do you feel the need to hide some folders, make them visible again as you work, and never forget again to hide them when you shut down your computer? Do you want a maximum of flexibility and automation?
Ghost Sphere is for YOU!
A short list of the most important features:
Easy to use interface
Many automated functions like show/hide, mount/unmount lock/unlock
448bit encrypted database
Mobile Edition for iPod and removable drives
Shareware, Standard: $15, Pro: $25
Mac OS X 10.3 or higher for the Standard Edition, Mac OSX 10.4.3 or higher for the Professional Edition
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