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Data Compression Tool
The Data Compression Tool desktop application unzips all major zip formats, Windows, PKZIP, and WinZip. You can compress files to zip archives to
reduce email attachment sizes, reduce valuable disk storage space and give you complete file management on your Microsoft PC or Server.
The Data Compression Tool has automatic 32 or 64 bit compression, 100+ file encoding formats, to allow you to create traditional zip archives and GUI or CMD SFX extractor files.
You can encrypt and compress confidential files into zip archives to reduce email attachment sizes, improve data loss protection, and reduce valuable disk storage space to give you complete file management on your Microsoft PC or Server.
The Data Compression Tool:
- Creates 3 type of archive files, traditional zip, SFX GUI and SFX CMD.
- Automatic 64 bit file archiving settings.
- 100+ archive file encoding to choose.
- Bzip and ZIP formats included.
- Intelligent archive segment sizing based on available storage space.
- 3 levels of data compression: highest, default and best speed compression.
- 3 types of data encryption: FIPS Compliant, AES 128 and AES 256.
The Data Compression Tool application has been tested on Government configured FIPS enabled PCs and servers to ensure that it meets the the required
FIPS stands for Federal Information Processing Standards. It's a set of government security standards which define how certain things are used in the government for example, encryption algorithms. FIPS defines certain specific encryption methods that can be used, as well as methods for generating encryption keys. It's published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST.
The FIPS FipsAlgorithmPolicy registry setting in Windows when enabled complies with the US government FIPS 140 standard, it forces the Windows operating system to only use FIPS-validated encryption schemes as provided in the Data Compression Tool and advises other applications to do so, as well.
Microsoft recommends that FIPS is only enabled on government computer infrastructure, not on home or business PCs, unless specifically required to comply with application security standards.
AES 128 and 256 encryption is also included in the Data Compression Tool to encrypt your data. When used with a strong password say 20 characters, AES 256 provides virtually unbreakable data encryption to safeguard your data.
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