Last Updated on August 27, 2023
PeaZip is a cross-platform portable file archiver, released under the LGPL.
PeaZip supports many different archive and compression formats including: 7z, 7z-sfx, ARC/WRC, BZ2, GZ, LPAQ, PAQ, PEA, QUAD, split, TAR, UPX, ZIP; Read: 7Z, ARC/WRC, ACE, ARJ, BZ2/TBZ2, CAB, CHM, CPIO, DEB, GZ/TGZ, ISO, JAR/EAR/WAR, LZH, NSIS, OOo, PAK/PK3/PK4, PAQ, PEA, PET/PUP, QUAD, RAR, RPM, SLP, split, TAR, U3P, WIM, XPI, Z/TZ, and ZIP/SMZIP.
This application is developed in FreePascal using the Lazarus development environment.
PeaZip can be easily integrated with GNOME and KDE.
- Volume spanning.
- Authenticiated encrpytion:
- 7Z, with AES256 encryption.
- ARC, with AES256, Blowfish, Twofish256 and Serpent256 encryption.
- PEA, with AES256 authenticated encryption (EAX mode).
- ZIP with WinZip’s AE encryption based on AES256.
- ARC format protects archives against corruption employing recovery records.
- Edit, save and restore archive layouts.
- Apply multiple filters to archive contents.
- Handle multiple archives simultaneously.
- Split/join files.
- Wipe files (secure deletion.
- Compare, checksum and has files.
- System benchmark.
- Generate random passwords and key files.
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