Tuesday, April 24, 2007

The Next Generation of ZIP

When you zip a file, you use a piece of software that compresses the file so that it takes less space on your hard drive or so that it may be attached to emails that have a limitation on attachment size. Using a utility or small application to zip a file enables you to send information in a format that can be unzipped by the person who receives the information.

What about secure information? I know that I cringe when I must send personal data, such as my date of birth or social security number to someone by email. Sometimes you just have to do it, but why worry about the security of your personal information? I have found a program that takes the cringe factor down a notch or two. SecureZIP is a new way to protect your privacy, data, emails, attachments and personal information. SecureZIP is a security application that encrypts and locks as well as compresses files.

Protect all your personal information, including tax files, medical records, passwords, social security numbers, bank account numbers, and proprietary data for your business. SecureZIP, sponsor of this post, integrates perfectly with Microsoft Outlook, an email application that is fraught with security problems. SecureZIP will automatically encrypt, digitally sign, and zip email messages and attachments for use with Microsoft Outlook.

SecureZIP is The Next Generation of ZIP

Use SecureZIP for more than securing your email. SecureZIP your files on your computer, so that if your computer is stolen or accessed via the Internet, the data will be useless to the culprit. I downloaded a copy of SecureZIP today, and I zipped up all my spreadsheets and password files.

Visit www.securezip.com and download your free copy of SecureZIP today. This is a limited time free download promotion! So, ZIP your documents, emails and data with SecureZIP. Then, you will not have to worry about your personal information, data or privacy.


Jess said...

Wow, that's an awesome find! I'm exactly like you with personal data, I cringe a lot a lot a lot. Thanks! :)

CyberCelt said...

@jess-I have a bad habit of putting things off, too.

Patrick Nottingham said...

Great PPP post. I think I did this one too. Liked the product so much I downloaded it too. Feel free to visit my blog at High Strangeness Altoona and my new blog at the Raven's Barrow.

Jess said...

I sometimes think .zip is better than anything on the web...those .exe and programs and all that. Anywho, I checked out your blogs Patrick! :)


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