ZipWorx SecureSFX v3 - converts non-secure (slightly or unencrypted) ZIP files into Secure Self-Extracting Files, that will run and decompress using its self-contained engine.Using ZipWorx SecureSFX, you can add more protection to your ZIP Files!
ZipWorx Explorer Wizard 2.1 ZipWorx Explorer Wizard v2.1 - Zip/UnZIP Operations in 3 Steps or less
Using this Wizard you can Zip/UnZIP Files with ease, plus free support and more features when you register
Description: ZipWorx SecureSFX v3.0 is a better and more affordable alternative to any other SFX builder, at a fraction of cost!
Offering royalty-free distribution of created files, ZipWorx SecureSFX v3.0 also adds double-stronger encryption (AES 256bit), better compression, save/restore build projects, customizable dialogs, and much more to the usually boring do-it-yourself no-features self-extracting files.
Your Self-Extracting Files are not only much more secure, but also much smaller. Up to 30 to 40% smaller!
Plus now, they are just easier to build! Save/Restore your build projects as easy as 1,2,3!
ZipWorx SecureSFX v3.0 Features
- Easily load or browse for a ZIP file
- Ability to rename the output executable file
- Advanced compression support: Make your Self-Extracting file not even more secure but up to 30 to 40% smaller.
Ability to set different other options:
- Custom Extraction folder
- Overwrite of extracted file
- Ability to silently extract the files
Easy to build - just press the Build button and you are set to go! It's that easy!!
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