Sending Files Securely in Encrypted ZIP Archives
Besides the obvious reason for using ZIP archives — conserving disc space or network traffic — there are other very good ones:
- Sending ZIP archives is the only way to email entire folders, including complex subfolder structures.
- While encrypted files are perfectly safe while being stored inside GoodReader (provided you have enabled application-level Encryption), sending them away via open channels such as email may present a significant security risc. For PDFs you may want to prefer the option of adding a PDF password. But for the rest of files, sending them in an encrypted password-protected ZIP archive is an excellent alternative.
Here`s how to create a ZIP archive:
- press Manage Files on the main screen
- select all the files and folders you wish to compress into a ZIP archive
- press ZIP
- choose either Normal ZIP or ZIP with Password. Please note that adding a password to ZIP is a Pro Pack feature.
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