How would you like to send your large files across the Internet and know that they are safe and secure. Your data security is very important and if you cannot be confident in the security of your files then you may lose out on valuable data delivery. Your contacts need to get some important files right away, they are confidential files and there is no way you can get the data across town quickly enough. Are you going to be confident in your current Zip software to protect the confidentiality of those files?

If you cannot say that you are confident in your present Zip program then you need to get over to and download a Free copy of PKZip’s SecureZIP – The next generation of ZIP. This software is free for a limited time. PKWare has been a leader in ZIP software for nearly 20 years.

Secure Zip integrates seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook so you can send secure attachments to business associates, friends and family and anyone who needs to receive confidential attachments. At the same time you can easily compress large files to send them easily and quickly across the Internet. But not only that, you can securely ZIP files on your own home computer and protect that information from prying eyes. I have passwords for many websites and I can easily zip up my files with my passwords and protect them in case my computer hardware is stolen. Protect yourself and your data with PKWare’s SecureZip.

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