Keka is a Mac OSX GUI for p7zip (7-zip/7zip port), Unrar and Unace. Keka tries to be the easiest and quickest archiver for Mac.

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Features

  • Drag and drop compression
  • Password encription
  • Split files

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  • Simplified Chinese Localization support, please?

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • UPDATE: Ok, I realized the files are zero bytes, but you can still see all the file names, folders, etc. This is still very dangerous. When I use the 7z format I can encrypt the names though. I think it is not something related to Keka to encrypt the file names in zip format. That's why I will change my rating to 5 star. ORIGINAL REVIEW: I have been using this archiver for the last one month and I back up several different projects every few days with password. I enter the password, drag and drop the folder to Keka and it archives them, perfect right? WRONG! None of them were password protected after all, I just realized it today by pure luck. I was testing one of my files and entered the password wrong and an unarchived folder still appeared. I clicked on it and the files were there! Isn't that supposed to be password protected? If it is going to unarchive the files even if I enter the password wrong it is ridiculous. I uninstalled it right away.

  • Keka is easy to use and it works perfectly. In my experience it is the best way to create Windows-compatible zip archives on the Mac.

  • keka works perfectly.

  • fast download and works, recommended.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

French, Italian, Catalan, English, Portuguese, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), German, Japanese, Spanish, Russian

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

Objective-C 2.0

Registered

2009-08-26