FileLock, a utility that allows you to lock files, has been updated fixing several bugs in the application.
FileLock uses 448-bit Blowfish encryption and is optimized to take advantage of multiple cores on Apple’s hardware. To encrypt a file using FileLock, you just enter a password to lock it and then enter the same password to unlock it.
The new version contains several bug fixes including a critical architecture compatibility fix; reveal in Finder context menu item now works; clicking on Growl notifications from unlocking now works properly; and the Finder plugin menu item title has been updated.
FileLock 1.0.2 can be downloaded from the company’s Web site. For new users the application costs $25.