CipherShed on OSX

CipherShed on OSX

CipherShed is free (as in free-of-charge and free-speech) encryption software for keeping your data secure and private. It started as a fork of the now-discontinued TrueCrypt Project. Learn more about how CipherShed works and the project behind it.

CipherShed is cross-platform; It is available for Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux. Although, as packages for OS X and Linux do not exist, yet, users of those platforms will need to compile CipherShed.

The CipherShed project is open-source, meaning the program source code is available for anyone to view. We encourage everyone to examine and audit our code, as well as encourage new ideas and improvements.

We have several methods of communication for anyone to ask questions, get support, and become involved in the project.

For more detailed information about the project, including contributing code and building from source, please visit our technical wiki.