Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
On Thursday, Corsair released the Flash Padlock 2, a USB flash drive with built-in 256-bit encryption and PIN support.
With its support for 256-bit AES encryption, SanDisk’s Cruzer Enterprise is one of the few secure USB flash drives for the Mac (it can also be used on Windows PCs). Senior editor Roman Loyola takes a look at the Cruzer Enterprise and demonstrates how it uses software to provide password protection.
The $15 Protect Files creates a password-locked encrypted space for files and folders on hard drives, external disks, or a USB drive.
SecureDoc for Mac is a new product that offers full disk encryption for desktops, laptops and removable media.
AnchorFree is now offering its free VPN solution, HotspotShield, to iPhone users, without the need for any additional software.
We’ve created the brand-new Macworld Mac Security Superguide. In one handy 84-page volume, we’ve collected everything you need to know to keep yourself safe and secure, from the data on your hard drive to the data you send over the Internet
From having your laptop stolen to being snooped on a wireless network, there are all sorts of ways your private data can be compromised. Joe Kissell explains what you can do about it.
1Password is an excellent web site login and secret-keeping application on the Mac. How well does its new iPhone counterpart work?
FileLock allows you to encrypt your files with 448-bit Blowfish encryption.
As Macs enter the business world in increasing numbers, lack of good Mac encryption is becoming an issue for more and more IT departments.
PGP has brought its pre-boot authentication to Mac OS X, protecting the entire contents of laptops, desktops and external drives.
Princeton researchers have found a way to circumvent hard drive encryption such as OS X’s FileVault.