File Camouflage comes in handy if you want to keep private documents hidden on your Mac and prevent unauthorized users from accessing or modifying those files. This simple yet efficient utility disguises your personal documents as image files or PDFs to any location on your computer and encrypts them with a password.
All you need to do is select the file you wish to conceal, an image or PDF from your local drive, and a destination folder for the encrypted picture. When the program decrypts documents, your only task is to choose the password-protected file and a destination folder. So, even an common computer user can get the job done within File Camouflage.
Besides allowing you to encrypt various types of documents, this application also enables you to hide local directories as pictures or PDFs. The output settings for this type of task are identical with the ones you need to configure when encrypting individual documents.
An advantage is the fact that you don't need to wait a large amount of time to encrypt files and folders with File Camouflage. Even when importing a directory that holds numerous files, the application takes only a few seconds to generate the encrypted image.
In my testing, the utility worked flawlessly and there was no need to use a help guide to learn how to handle File Camouflage.
Hence, I think it's worth buying File Camouflage for your Mac if you're looking for an easy and efficient way to encrypt documents.