Free Licensed SecureZIP For Download




securezip logoAlmost everyone compress or decompress files daily for some reason or the other. Some use it to save space on their hard drive, some for packing a set of files into one file which can be easily sent through email or shared online.

WinZip and WInRAR are the most popular apps (applications) used for this purpose, but everyone can’t afford their license. Free ones like 7-zip is also a good alternative, but paid ones, are paid ones :) Today, I came across an interesting post by Raymond in which he shares the news about SecureZIP giving away a free licensed copy of this app!

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SecureZIP normally costs about $30, but thanks to them, it’s now being offered for free for a limited time! This cool app supports a number of compression formats like, ZIP, PKSFX, BZ2, TBZ, BZ, CAB, TAR, GZ, TGZ, RAR, LZH, LHA, ARJ, UUE, XXE, HQX and JAR. This offer has beena round for more than a year now, but who knows, when this limited time offer will come to an end. By the way, remember that this is NOT the trial version offer! You get a full individual user licensed copy! :)

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  • I’m loving all the free software that’s been going around lately! Good for me! :)

  • More coming tomorrow! :D

  • Hey nice post i’ll try it as soon as possible.
    From,
    http://www.technosigns.blogspot.com ( a.K.a Hassan }

  • thts really nice stuff :mrgreen:

  • I saw this offer at Raymond’s blog and downloaded it. :grin:

  • @Nirmal: Also try the free 6 months license key of Kaspesky
    http://www.sizzledcore.com/2008/05/05/free-kaspersky-internet-security-license-for-6-months/ :)

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  • Steve

    FYI, news on SecureZIP:

    New SecureZIP for Windows Desktop Brings Public Key Cryptography to Every Type of User

    Latest Version Features Complete Microsoft Office and Email Integration

    MILWAUKEE, June 3 — PKWARE(R), the leading provider of data-centric security solutions, today announced the release of SecureZIP(R) for Windows(R) Desktop, version 12.1. This latest version revolutionizes public key cryptography by making it available to and easily used by businesses and consumers, novices or power users. The new SecureZIP lets every person protect his or her most important and sensitive files, whether in a global enterprise, a small business or at home. Originally released in 2005, SecureZIP is deployed in over 25,000 companies, including 60% of the Fortune 100.

    “SecureZIP does everything you’d expect from a ZIP archive utility and much more. It makes securing e-mail attachments and messages simple and brings public key cryptography into every user’s reach,” said Neil Rubenking, lead analyst at PC Magazine. After conducting a review of SecureZIP v12.1, the publication gave the product its coveted “PC Magazine Editors’ Choice(R) “award on May 28, 2008; the second such honor for SecureZIP in the past two years.

    SecureZIP v12.1 automatically installs an X.509 digital certificate and provides global directory services so files can be securely exchanged with others without requiring passwords. When a user sends an email and attachment, SecureZIP retrieves the public key of the recipient from the SecureZIP Global Directory and encrypts the information using that key. The recipient can then open the encrypted file using their private key. This functionality is the result of a technology partnership between PKWARE and Comodo Group, one of the security industry’s leading certificate authorities. Digital certificates also authenticate the file’s sender to assure recipients that the communication received can be trusted and has not been altered or tampered with in any way.
    In addition, the new release fully integrates with Microsoft Office(R) and email applications, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, making Microsoft Office a secure application.

    “This version of SecureZIP for Windows is unique in that it brings the benefits of data-centric security to all sizes and types of businesses as well as consumers worldwide,” said George Haddix, CEO of PKWARE. “With SecureZIP, PKWARE offers further proof that enterprise-class data-centric security is not just for large organizations. It can be implemented and used with ease and absolute confidence by any user in any environment.”
    SecureZIP for Windows Enterprise Edition provides contingency key functionality so businesses can access and recover files encrypted by employees. SecureZIP for Windows Standard Edition is available starting at $39.95 for commercial users and is offered at no cost to non-commercial users.

    To download a free version of SecureZIP for non-commercial use, visit http://www.securezip.com. For more information about SecureZIP or to download trial versions for commercial use, visit http://www.pkware.com

  • thanks for the recommendation. I am planning a trip to Canada, and was told they can now search your laptop at the border. I dont download P2P, however I still want my info safe.

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  • Jomar

    Hi thanks for the software. we also use this at our office in citibank philippines.

    only one question, where can i get certificates? can i just download it?

    thanks,
    Joms