Zed! Free 1.0 Build 110
Open or create containers
Zed! Free can generate encrypted .zed files, in which you may add a large variety of files, with different sizes or formats. The container works like an archive file, that supports a high level of encryption and double verification protocol. Each .zed container depends on a personal access key in the form of a password or a standard certificate, in order to be opened.
The software can generate several different access keys that you can transfer to other authorized users. This way you can make sure that only the selected users can access your protected files. Moreover, a .zed container is a specific format that can only be opened using Zed! Free.
File compression and secure transfer
Zed! Free enables you to create secure containers for file transfer, that you can protect by installing a personalized access key for any authorized user. An access key can be a password or a code, stored in a .PFX, .P12 key file, in a smart card, USB device or in a Windows container.
The software uses the AES 128-bit or AES 256-bit encryption types, and it is capable of performing a powerful file compression, without affecting its quality. You may easily add several files to the container, each time you access it, regardless of the size and format of the items. Once you created the container, it is encrypted and ready to be transferred.
File protection for online transfer
With Zed! Free, you may easily create a protected environment for storing files, similar to an archive, that you can safely transfer via the Internet. The software can create pseudo-folders, capable of storing a multitude of files, regardless of the volume. Moreover, you can ensure the container cannot be opened or otherwise tampered with, due to the high level of encryption used by the software.
Reviewed by Elizabeta Virlan, last updated on August 14th, 2014
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