PEBundle combines an executable and the modules it depends on into a seamless binary that runs just as before. Modules can even be downloaded at runtime from an internet site if they do not already exist on the client machine.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
PECompact 3.03.12 beta An executable compressor, PEC compresses Windows modules (EXE, DLL, SCR, etc..) substantially, while leaving them able to be run just as before. At runtime, compressed modules are rapidly decompressed in memory. PEC is a truly modern exe packer.
Description: PEBundle combines an executable and the modules it depends on into a seamless binary that runs just as before. If the modules do not already exist on the client machine, they are extracted to disk or emulated in memory. Modules can even be downloaded at runtime from an internet site. With PEBundle DLL version problems are reduced, the application is better protected from reverse engineering, there is no need to distribute the modules separately, and your application can run instantly in any environment. Using the remote bundling technology, you need not even distribute runtime dependencies to systems that already have them. PEBundle even compresses the files it bundles with a high performance algorithm so that the application's size is minimized and reverse engineering is made more difficult. Additionally, PEBundle can be used to bundle a script with its interpreter so that it appears to be a compiled executable.
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