EgeRift is offering a public beta of RiftVault, new security software developed exclusively for Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard.”
The software uses a visual inspector that lets you incorporate graphics such as credit card designs, storing data using a series of predefined item types (you can add other content as sticky notes, too). Documents you’ve dragged and dropped from the Finder get ZIP-compressed and placed inside a virtual safe deposit box.
System requirements call for G4/867MHz or faster (including Intel), Mac OS X 10.5 or later, 8MB hard disk space, 512MB RAM.
The software is expected to be released for $49; for now, EdgeRift is offering a pre-order discount of 33 percent, reducing the price to $33 for a limited time.