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Minimum System Requirements
- 10.1 MB disk space
- Intel-based Mac computer
Supported Operating Systems
BestCrypt Container Encryption for Mac supports the following operating systems, including 32-bit and 64-bit versions:
17-April-2019 | v.2.0.161
- Notarized by Apple for compatibility with Gatekeeper.
19-February-2019 | v.2.0.153
- Improved for compatibility with macOS Mojave.
- Added support for macOS Mojave dark theme.
16-February-2018 | v.2.0.100
- Fixed error in mounting containers at custom location on macOS High Sierra.
13-December-2017 | v.2.0.91
- Improved handling of AES-encrypted containers for compatibility with macOS High Sierra.
05-October-2017 | v.2.0.81
- Improved support for APFS-formatted containers.
24-May-2017 | v.2.0.62
- Fixed error in mounting containers at custom location.
28-December-2016 | v.2.0.40
- Fixed minor compatibility issue with macOS Sierra.
23-September-2016 | v.2.0.27
- Added support for macOS Sierra.
20-June-2016 | v.2.0.13
15-March-2016 | v.2.0.0
Commercial version 2.0 of BestCrypt Container Encryption for Mac released.
- Added ability to create containers with Keyfiles.
- Improved compatibility with containers created on Windows, Linux and Android.
- Added ability to perform several operations on different containers simultaneously.
- Added new key stretching functionality, including control over iteration counter and salt randomizing.
- Added ability to set mount point, key files, hash algorithm, iterations count, salt and encrypt header at container creation time.
- Added support for RC6 and SERPENT encryption algorithms.
- Added support for Whirlpool, SHA3 and SHA-512 hash algorithms.
- Redesigned GUI: simplified mounting and sorting processes, progress bar of encryption operations.
- Added ability to access protected containers directly from Finder.
- Added ability to set virtual disk label when creating new or hidden containers.