Concealer stores information in the form of cards and uses the latest encryption methods (AES-256) to protect information such as credit card numbers, passwords, software license codes, files of any type, and much more.
Account Information. Account cards in Concealer come with various templates that make storing credit card info, passwords, and much more very simple. Just choose a category, copy your information into the pre-defined fields, and know that your information is protected from unwanted eyes. Concealer can also copy multiple fields to the Clipboard to make pasting it into login or payment forms a real snap.
Files and Folders. Concealer not only hides your files, but also protects them using AES-256 encryption, in a sparse bundle. Use the master password or assign a separate password for twice the protection. Adding files to a file storage card is as simple as a drag and drop from the Finder. Easy and effective.
Text Files. Have your information in a text file? Don’t feel like copying it to various fields? Just copy and paste it into a note card and format it right inside Concealer. This can also be a great way to hide diaries or other sensitive text documents. What it comes down to is that regardless of the information, Concealer can protect it in any form!
With the Lite version, you are limited to creating five cards, three notes, and one file storage. Once you enter a license code ($19.95) in Concealer Lite, these limitations are lifted.
What’s New in Concealer
- 64-bit mode is now fully supported
- Minor bug fixes
Requirements for Concealer
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.8 or later