No problems with it
Very good no issues detected. Worked for me great.
Simply doesn’t work.
Crashes on creating a zip file. Reports error on trying to unzip. Waste of money and time.
Seems To Work Perfectly
A colleague sent me a PowerPoint in an encrypted zip - AES, using WinZip 11 on a PC. I bought this app to open the zip, and it worked fine. I was able to make edits, then re-encrypt it and email it back to him. Unlike WinZip, it doesn't ask you to enter the password twice, and it displays the password. This is okay, as long as you don't have any shoulder surfers nearby and you watch what you type carefully. When you unencrypt with it, it simply drops the file(s) into a directory where the encrypted zip was and quietly exits. This was a tad surprising, at first, as I'm used to WinZip on my office PC. It does not give any choice as to whether you might like to choose a weaker encryption for compatibility with those who have ancient versions of WinZip, but I really don't see that as much of a shortcoming. This is actually quicker and easier to use than WinZip, once you get used to how it works.