The Babel Company has released an update for Impression, bringing it to version 1.67. Impression is a utility designed for the secure backup of optical disc directories. The update features AES-128 encrypted disk image support and other enhancements. According to The Babel Company:
The Babel Company is pleased to announce the 1.67 release of Impression, a backup utility for Mac OS X.
Impression is a low cost backup utility used to back up directories to (and restore them from) multiple optical discs (CD-R, CD-RW, and DVD-R are supported). It includes a utility for erasing rewritable discs.
Impression 1.67 brings the ability to store archives on AES-128 encrypted disk images to the backup application for Mac OS X. Passwords for encrypted disk images have the additional option of being stored in the logged on useris keychain. This release also offers improved internationalized date treatments, as well as a host of bug fixes and UI improvements.
You can find more information about the Impression update at The Babel Company Web site. The Impression update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$20.00.