EncryptStick for Mac
EncryptStick is a fully-featured cross-platform application that enables you to securely browse the web, store files and manage your passwords with ease.
Reliable and versatile password manager and web browser
Thanks to EncryptStick, you can take all your personal data, including your photos, videos, files and other sensitive information with you at all times without worrying about unauthorized access or threats.
On top of that, the built-in web browser makes it ease to freely navigate the web without leaving traces. In addition, your browsing history along with your bookmarks are encrypted and stored on the same USB drive.
Quickly access your passwords and login with ease
What is more, EncryptStick features a practical password manager capable to securely store accounts and passwords and to automatically fill in forms when necessary. In other words, you get three powerful and reliable tools within a single portable application that you can run from Mac OS X, as well as Windows computers.
With EncryptStick’s help you can turn any USB drive into an encrypted storage device onto which you can store sensitive data along with your browsing history and bookmarks. The great thing about EncryptStick is that you can start working on a Mac and resume your work from a PC later on.
Securely store personal data and protect it from prying eyes
As follows, from EncryptStick’s main window you can easily access your vault and use the powerful search form to find any given file. The context menu allows you to copy, cut, paste and move items, import encrypted files and create new folders.
By accessing the Tools menu, you can open the built-in password manager or launch the Digital Privacy Browser with just a click of a mouse button. The password manager helps you add and use multiple accounts and organize them into various groups for better management.
Moreover, the Digital Privacy Browser enables you to open multiple pages in different tabs, bookmark websites and open login entries from the password manager.
Unfortunately, EncryptStick’s design does not follow Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines and it is very easy to tell that it is an application ported from Windows. Hopefully, EncryptStick’s developer will improve the design with the updates to come.