Scrambler 1.3

Scrambler 1.3

You should encrypt your files to keep them safe from prying eyes. This is especially important when sending files to other Macs over untrusted email, instant messaging, and cloud-based services.

Other Features:
  • You can also drag folders, or a collection of files and folders, on Scrambler — they will be encrypted into a single scrambled file
  • The recipients of your scrambled files do not necessarily have to purchase Scrambler — they can download a free “decrypt-only” version of the app called Descrambler, also available on the Mac App Store
  • You can configure Scrambler to automatically delete the original item(s) after encryption/decryption
  • All icons, artwork, and user interface are fully compatible with the new retina display Macs

Technical Details:
  • Uses industry-standard tar archiving and gzip compression
  • Preserves OS X metadata of the original files, including extended attributes
  • Uses 50,000 iterations of the industry-standard PBKDF2 key derivation function to generate the encryption key, which makes brute-force attacks on scrambled files practically impossible (unless the user chooses a weak password)
  • Uses the secure industry-standard AES-256-CBC encryption algorithm
  • Fully open and documented encrypted file format
  • Scrambled files can, if desired, be decrypted in the OS X Terminal using free and open source command-line tools
  • Runs in sandbox mode, a technology that vastly improves app security and is highly recommended by Apple for all Mac apps

What's New:

Version 1.3:
  • Fixes visual bugs and adds support for dark mode on OS X Yosemite.


  • Title: Scrambler 1.3
  • Developer: Coding Turtle
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.7.5 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 7.49 MB
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