KRIPT for Mac
Using a VPN to connect to the internet helps you protect your privacy online: your traffic cannot be monitored and your identity cannot be discovered. KRIPT is a Mac OS X application designed to help you connect to VPN servers all over the world and encrypt your communications.
Right off the bat, you must sign up free of charge to a KRIPT account: this is necessary to actually use the app and to be able to connect to the VPN servers. In addition, in your KRIPT account you will be able to view your r-ID, which is necessary to communicate with other KRIPT users
KRIPT comes with its own installer which makes the entire installation process straightforward. The first time when you launch the app, KRIPT will automatically launch the GPG Keychain Access installer: the application is necessary to generate security certificates for your encrypted communications.
The GPG Keychain Access app will launch automatically and will generate a security certificate for your KRIPT account. The passkey will be the password to your KRIPT account, but in the Key Inspector window you can change your passpphrase (note that it is required to decrypt your messages). You can also manage your PGP key in the KRIPT main window.
The KRIPT main window is fairly organized: the left side tab of the main window provides access to all included tools, while in the main area you can make the necessary settings or access their capabilities.
In the r-Message panel you can easily add new users to the list and start chat sessions, in the r-VPN tab you can view your current connection and switch to another server, in the r-Mail area you can enable the companion Mail plug-in to be able to encrypt your emails and more.
To conclude, KRIPT offers you the possibility to use the OpenVPN standards to connect to its VPN servers and enables you to use the PGP encryption method to quickly encrypt your chat sessions, emails or Facebook conversations.