How do I open a SecureZIP file on a Mac?

How do I open a SecureZIP file on a Mac?

Using SecureZIP for Mac

  1. Open Finder.
  2. Double-click the ZIP you want to open OR control-click on the file and select SecureZIP: Extract Archive.
  3. If the archive is encrypted with a passphrase, you will be prompted to enter the passphrase.
  4. The uncompressed contents of the archive appear in the same folder.

How do I encrypt a zip file on a Mac?

Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Open Archiver on your Mac.
  2. Drag a file or folder onto the Archiver app window.
  3. Select “Archive” at the bottom of the window.
  4. Select the type of zipped file you’d like to create.
  5. Check the box next to “Encrypt”
  6. Enter and verify your password for the zipped file.
  7. Select “Archive”

How do I open a SecureZIP file?

Double-click the attachment from the Outlook message preview pane, and then click Open. SecureZIP will open with its main window displayed. Double-click on the message in the main window, enter the passphrase, and the encrypted message will open.

How much does PKZIP cost?


Product Name License Maintenance
Product Name License Maintenance
PKZIP Enterprise Edition for Windows Desktop w/ CLI $36.25 $7.25
PKZIP Server

Can you use SecureZIP on a MacBook Air?

SecureZIP for Mac from PKWARE, Inc., lets you create ZIP archives and open them, even if they are encrypted or digitally signed. When a file is encrypted, you must have an appropriate credential (either a passphrase or digital certificate) to open it. SecureZIP for Mac installs from a standard disk image file (.dmg).

What do you need to know about SecureZIP software?

SecureZIP is a program that allows users to create ZIP files that are secured by a password or security certificate.

How does SecureZIP work with Mac keychain access?

The Mac Keychain Access application manages certificates and their keys for you. When a recipient runs SecureZIP to extract files encrypted using the recipient’s certificate, SecureZIP finds and applies the certificate’s private key to decrypt the files.

Can you open a password protected ZIP file on a Mac?

Under normal circumstances you can open a password-protected zip file on a Mac the same way you do on Windows – just double-click it and enter the password. However, if you forgot the password, things are a little more complicated.