Cisdem has released AppCrypt 3 for Mac (http://tinyurl.com/nmg6vqa), an update of the app encryption tool for Mac OS X. It’s used to safely password protect individual application from prying eyes. The upgrade lets you:
° Set specific encryption time periods for some applications. Users can designate a period of time during which authorized users can access applications when they’re in public places or sharing Mac with their kids, co-workers, friends, etc.
° Intelligently terminate the programs that aren’t currently running in frontmost when your display goes sleep.
° Automatically set passwords to some crucial system applications like Activity Monitor, System Preferences, Console.
° Add kind alerts to remind users to remember their passwords when setting.
° Block Mac apps with one password, including Contacts, Quicken, iPhoto, iTunes, Safari, Mail, etc.
° Keep track of failed attempts to access the blocked apps with date, time, and optional photo.
° Set shortcuts to hide or reveal the app from menu bar.
Cisdem is offering a 50% off discount ($9.99 instead of $19.99) for AppCrypt 3 for a limited time. A demo is available for download.