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how to hide file name in winzip

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how to hide file name in winzip
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Question by:arodrick
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by:nikmarkovic
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Hello,

As far as I know, you can't hide file names in a password protected ZIP archive.

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Here is the supporting article:
http://kb.winzip.com/kb/entry/147/
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by:syedyounus
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Use winrar to create the zip file & click on password protect select encrypt file name - & the file name will not show up till you enter the password correctly
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