Edit: After half day, my wife’s Mac started having the same problem. I have then applied the solution that I found in the Apple
Competition : Win Knox for Mac
On the back of yesterday’s review of Knox we have two copies of the brilliant encryption application to give away. If you missed the review (you can read it here).
We awarded Knox the 5 Star TotalApps rating, it is so easy to use and because it uses the Mac OS X encrypted disk images feature, the technology behind FileVault, to protect your data.
This means that your vaults are encrypted by the U.S. Government’s new Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with 256-bit or 128-bit key length.
The AES algorithm is secure, but don’t take our word for it: even the NSA has found its strength to be sufficient for protecting classified national security information. The implication? Your data will be safe whether it’s a kid or a rogue nation going after it.
How To Win
All you have to do is follow us on Twitter and retweet this competition, you can either copy and past this into your favourite twitter application :
RT @TotalApps Win : the brilliant Knox Encryption application for Mac http://bit.ly/dlEN9g (2 copies to give away).
Or alternatively just click the TweetMe button at the top of the post.
The competition is open to anyone regardless of where they are located in the world and the winners will be announced in the June Edition of our newsletter (click here to sign up).
Winners are selected at random, the judges decision is final.
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