SecureZIP 12.20.21 Ranking & Summary
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SecureZIP gives you a host of tools to create and manage ZIP files and other types of archives. You can add files to an archive from multiple folders, create and name folders inside an archive to organize archive contents, and update an archive from a saved list of files.
SecureZIP also includes the PKZIP Self-Extractor. The PKZIP Self-Extractor enables you to create self-extracting archives. A self-extracting archive has a file name extension of .EXE instead of .ZIP and contains its own extraction engine: you extract the files contents just by executing the file. No other program is required.
SecureZIP works with Microsoft Outlook too. The integrated SecureZIP Attachments lets you zip, encrypt, and sign not only email attachments but the messages themselves, from the message window or from SecureZIP.
SecureZIP will enable you to create, organize and protect ZIP archives.
- Save and send files securely directly from Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Secure and compress emails and attachments in Microsoft Outlook
- Encrypt data using passphrases, X.509 digital certificates, or both
- 13 MB of free HD space
- 128 MB RAM (256 MB recommended; 512 MB on Vista)
- Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
- For seamless email integration � Outlook 2002 or later
- For seamless Office integration � Office 2002 or later
- 30 days trial
- nag screen
- More easily access mail and attachments in SecureZIP archives. SecureZIP now opens archived .eml mail message files in an internal MIME viewer by default. The MIME viewer cannot send replies, but it may be more convenient to use than the program (Outlook Express, by default) associated with .eml files on the system. Outlook Express presents several configuration dialogs the first time it is used.
- Automatically open an archived file in its associated application. This option, on a new Office Integration tab of Miscellaneous options, automatically opens an archived file in the files associated application program when you open the archive from Windows Explorer or SecureZIP.
- Open or save archived documents directly from Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. A new SaveSecure Office Integration option enables you to take a document that you are working on in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint and save it directly to a ZIP file from the application. The option also enables you to open a document directly from a ZIP file when you are in one of these Microsoft Office applications.
- Receive notice about expiring certificates. A new option alerts you when you use a certificate that has expired or is about to. A button in the notification lets you select a different certificate to use instead.
- Upload public keys to the SecureZIP Global Directory. You can place in the SecureZIP Global Directory any of your public-key certificates that you want to make publicly available�even certificates that are not from Comodo. People can then access these certificates to encrypt for you.
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