Sesame is a simple but effective safety tool for your Macintosh.
This application prevents unauthorized access by requesting a password whenever it is launched (for instance at startup). Site administrators can create an administrator password in addition to the individual password. Security options will prevent a power user from inactivating Sesame at startup or from forcing it to quit. Sesame can also hide the files of folders you have created.
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