There are Mac apps that do the job, but they’re not usually free, and more often than not they’re anything but easy. In between free and not easy there’s Concealer, a unique Mac app that hides and encrypts files and passwords.
Hide What’s Valuable
The idea behind hiding valuable files is simple. Make them easy to hide, but not easy to retrieve for thieves.
Concealer uses AES-256 bit encryption to make it difficult for prying eyes to pry on your incriminating evidence, but also easy to setup and use.
All your important information– login IDs, passwords, credit card information, account numbers, whatever– gets stored on simple cards, easily retrieved with the right password.
Instead of mucking around with disk images or password protected archives, Concealer makes it easy to store information and view information– for you. Not for anyone else.
Start by filling out one of three types of cards– Notes, File Storage, Accounts– with the information that’s valuable to you.
The built-in password assistant gives you a secure password.
Add a note to each card. Easily switch between multiple File Storages. Export cards to text files. Customize the autolock feature to make Concealer more secure.
Concealer comes with half a dozen pre-defined templates for bank account, credit card, email account details, software registration and serial numbers, website logins and passwords, and a miscellaneous template.
A master password can be set to open everything, or you can assign a separate password for each. The value in using Concealer is that all information or files are easily viewed, well organized, but out of sight for anyone else.
Concealer has a free Lite version with limited storage so you can see how it works before making a purchase. Behind the pretty interface Concealer is an encrypted sparse disk image, but it’s the interface and backup capability that makes it worth the effort. Very secure. Very easy to use.