Thanks to the “overwhelming response from Mac OS X community,”
has just released version 2.1 of their online security service with improved Mac OS X support, company officials told MacCentral.
CryptoHeaven is a user-friendly cryptography system designed to enable you to hide your information from prying eyes. Previously, the service was Mac OS X compatible, but wasn’t “officially supported.” Now, apparently, it is. A free service, CrytoHeaven promises: secure e-mail; secure online storage, file sharing, and file distribution; security instant messaging; no third party keyholder; automatic key and contact management. All services are said to be integrated and available from a single user interface.
The folks at CryptoHeaven claim that no personal info (names, addresses, credit card numbers, etc.) is required for the service. The company added that they use “only the finest in cryptography,” including an AES symmetric Rijndael cipher with 256 bit symmetric key, public-key cryptography with 2048-4096 bit a symmetric keys, and SHA-256 message digest function.
The Mac OS X version of the CryptoHeaven 2.1 software is now available for download. It’s a 1.5 MB file.