Best file/folder locker for sensitive files?

Which is better?

  • Titanlock

  • Folder lock


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ommz

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 24, 2016
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outta my mind
Need your opinion guys. I need to lock my sensitive files. Here are the 2 main ones I've tried so far:
Quick comparison
Folder lock
  • Larger user base
  • Many say it's more stable
  • Well tested
  • Support for iPhone

TitanLock
  • Reaaaally user friendly and a breeze
  • More features
  • Crossplatform
  • Nicer interface (subject to your taste)
  • Nice notifications
  • (Bonus) I make a lil money off its inbuilt referral system
Now old is gold(Folder lock) but I kinda seem to like Titanlock more. I don't know. Your opinions on both?
PS: Kindly, only post if you've tested both of them.
 

Rigby

macrumors 601
Aug 5, 2008
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I concur. Do not use some proprietary program (which may not be around in a few years when you need to access old files, and may have unknown security issues). Either use OS X's built-in methods (very easy: create an encrypted DMG using "image from folder" in Disk Utility), or an open-source encryption solution such as Veracrypt with container files.
 

1337watchdog

macrumors newbie
Apr 24, 2016
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Use Disk Utility to create encrypted images or go for the TrueCrypt if you do not hide something that feds don't need to see. Much much reliable....