Zip and encrypt files on your Mac

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So many files, so little time. As you work away at your computer, you are no doubt generating a lot of new files: documents, images, notes, all kinds of goodies. You can keep cranking them out, but at some point you're going to have to stop and organize them. If you've got a bunch of files that all pertain to the same subject—maybe a new website you're designing, maybe a report you're putting together—it might be nice to have all those files travel together. Whether it's time to share your handiwork with others, or to file your accomplishment away for posterity, there's no substitute for a good archiving tool.

iZip can help bring order to the chaos that is your files. You can create archives in several popular formats—ZIP, RAR, TAR, and even 7ZIP—and of course you can use it to extract files from those archive files as well. For extra security, iZip uses 256-bit AES encryption, so your files stay your business and nobody else's. On top of that, it's integrated with the free Files.com file sharing service, so it's easy to share your files with others.

iZip is a Mac application. You need to be running an Intel-powered machine with Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) or above to use iZip.

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