Server Product Updates

Ensure that you are current on maintenance releases and using the most updated versions of SecureZIP® and PKZIP® for Windows®, UNIX®, and Windows server products. 

v14.4 Maintenance Release

This maintenance release is available for all users of PKZIP Server and SecureZIP Server.

Important

Depending on the terms of your maintenance agreement, this upgrade may have an associated cost.

v14 Downloads

Windows Type Size Download
PKZIP® for Windows Servers14 [32-bit] EXE 14.4MB download
PKZIP® for Windows Servers 14 [64-bit] EXE 14.9MB download
SecureZIP® for Windows Server 14 [32-bit] EXE 14.4MB download
SecureZIP® for Windows Servers 14 [64-bit] EXE 14.9MB download
Instructions for Installing the Windows® Maintenance Release
HP-UX Type Size Download
PKZIP for HP-UX Servers (Itanium) 14 .depot 49.3MB download
SecureZIP for HP-UX Servers (Itanium) 14 .depot 49.3MB download
Instructions for Installing the HP-UX® Maintenance Release
IBM AIX Type Size Download
PKZIP for IBM-AIX Servers 14 .bff 38.6MB download
SecureZIP for IBM-AIX Servers 14 .bff 38.6MB download
Instructions for Installing the IBM®-AIX® Maintenance Release

Customer's installing this product on AIX must have version 12.1.0.1 or newer of the AIX runtime library xlC.rte. Customer's with older versions of xlC.rte should consider evaluating the V12.5 version of PKZIP Server or SecureZIP Server for AIX. V12.5 is available by selecting the link below for archived maintenance releases.

Solaris SPARC Type Size Download
PKZIP for Solaris Servers 14 .pkg 26.3MB download
SecureZIP for Solaris Servers 14 .pkg 26.3MB download
Solaris x86 Type Size Download
PKZIP for Solaris Servers 14 .pkg 30.0MB download
SecureZIP for Solaris Servers 14 .pkg 30.0MB download
Instructions for Installing the Solaris™ Maintenance Release
Linux Type Size Download
SecureZIP for Linux Servers 14 [RPM] .rpm 17.5MB download
SecureZIP for Linux Servers 14 [DEB] .deb 17.5MB download
SecureZIP for Linux Servers 14 [RPMx64] .rpm 17.7MB download
SecureZIP for Linux Servers 14 [DEBx64] .deb 17.7MB download
PKZIP for Linux Servers 14 [RPM] .rpm 17.5MB download
PKZIP for Linux Servers 14 [DEB] .deb 17.5MB download
PKZIP for Linux Servers 14 [RPMx64] .rpm 17.7MB download
PKZIP for Linux Servers 14 [DEBx64] .deb 17.7MB download
Instructions for Installing the Linux® Maintenance Release

v14 Product Enhancements

What's New in V14.40.0027

  • New legacy OpenPGP mode operates as EBS.EXE or PGP.EXE for drop in replacement of existing OpenPGP programs..
  • New native 64 bit program file for HP-UX on Itanium.
  • New native 64 bit program file for Linux.
  • Update OpenSSL version to 1.0.1g.

What's New in V14.3

  • Prevent decryption of unsigned OpenPGP files.
  • Use OpenPGP keys from HTTP key servers.
  • Create OpenPGP encryption groups
  • eBusiness Edition only
  • Signing OpenPGP keys in keyrings.
  • Enabling/disabling OpenPGP keys in keyrings.
  • Set OpenPGP trust settings on keys.
  • Improved listing of OpenPGP keyrings providing brief and detailed views.
  • List signers and trust settings on OpenPGP keys.
  • Add and remove OpenPGP keys from key servers over HTTP.
  • Translation utility available for supporting native OpenPGP command syntax.
  • Enable UTF-8 setting by default.

What's New in V14.2

  • Added support for single-file OpenPGP files that do not include first wrapping the file using TAR
  • Added new command options to specify custom locations for OpenPGP keyring files

What's New in V14.1

  • Support decryption using archived digital certificates
  • Specify OpenPGP keyring locations using new command line options
  • Support for the IDEA algorithm with OpenPGP encryption
  • Support for multiple email addresses within OpenPGP keys
  • Adding comments to OpenPGP files
  • Support for OpenPGP ASCII Armor encoding
Windows Server Only
  • Support using LDAP v3 connections

What's New in V14.0

  • Added support to create and extract OpenPGP files
  • Added support for digital time stamping of signed archives
  • Added ability to extract 7-Zip files and CD/DVD Data Image files
  • Added capability to display message digest in support of ONC Final Rule, Module S (Integrity)
  • Added file search logic
  • “Sign” will now work as a command, as well as an option
  • Users can run the program without an active profile
  • Added extraction extended attribute setting
Windows Server Only
  • New FastAES feature will take advantage of Intel® processors that support AES-NI
  • New ability to preserve Zone Identifier information in downloaded files

v14.4 Product Fixes

Product Fixes in V14.40.0027
10422 – Fixed a program crash using TAR files with "./" paths in .gz/.bz2 format.
11472 – Fixed an incorrect compression algorithm report when using OpenPGP files.
11478 – Correct a message display error when using -mt on single-CPU systems.
10480 – Corrected a problem using TAR files that created an empty folder with -dir=none.
11513 – Improved memory usage when using time stamps.
11549 – Corrected an error that prevented OCSP lookups.
11570 – Corrected an error causing expired certificates to be selected instead of non-expired ones.
11602 – Corrected an error extracting TAR files from a pipe that stops reading from the pipe before the file end is reached.
11617 – Fixed an incorrect report of expired OpenPGP keys.
11570 – Fixed an incorrect report of some expired OpenPGP keys as valid.
11694 – Corrected an error extracting NTFS-compressed files from 7z archives when sub-folder does not exist.
11715 – Fixed incorrect progress information displayed when using -mt.
11773 – Corrected a problem using strict checking with Windows CRL's that may not return all certificates.
11833 – Corrected an error when FIPS initialization failed on file extraction.
11890 – Corrected an error causing PKCerttool to fail to locate certificates in the MY store.
11902 – Expanded GZIP file support to set ASCII setting on files when detected.
11903 – Corrected an error that lists certificates having incorrect time nesting ranges as expired.
11930 – Corrected an error creating single-file OpenPGP files when encrypting files having names longer than 32 characters.
12014 – Added report of files not found when using legacy OpenPGP mode with a file that does not exist.
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v14.3 Product Fixes

Product Fixes in V14.30.0010
10593 – Fixed incorrect report of SHA1 as available under FIPS mode
11087 – Corrected a problem with DSA signatures may result in a wrong hash size
11153 – Support using primary DSA key ID for selecting Elgamal encryption key
11154 – Corrected a FIPS initialization error
11168 – Support using “0x” prefix with OpenPGP short key ID’s
11222 – Correct a problem that may occur when creating .TGZ or .TBZ files resulting in wrong file permissions
11223 – Fixed an unexpected program termination when skipping a file during .TGZ or .TBZ extraction.
11232 – Allow .Z as a valid file extension when using –archivetype=zip
11319 – Corrected a problem resulting in a zero-byte file when streaming TAR files
11332 – Fixed a possible program crash when adding files to an open archive
11333 – Fixed a problem with “pkcerttool” causing a “Failed to delete certificate from store” error.
11335 – Corrected a problem using –overwrite=increment as a configured setting
11389 – Report the number of OpenPGP keys listing keys on a keyring
11393 – Added tolerance for OpenPGP keys having v2 signatures
11400 – Added a new configuration setting to force naming decrypted OpenPGP output files with the same name as the encrypted .PGP file
11401 – Improve OpenPGP key listing to show short key ID
11402 – Suppress signature and UID information from key listing reports by default
 

v14.2 Product Fixes

Product Fixes in V14.20.0029
Corrected a problem using version 3 OpenPGP keys that may cause these keys to not be properly recognized or used
 

v14.1 Product Fixes

Product Fixes in V14.10.0013
11402 – Corrected a critical issue with creating ZIP files that affects users of V14.10.0011 on all platforms which would result in unreadable .ZIP files.  This update should be installed by anyone using V14.10.0011
 
Product Fixes in V14.10.0011
9823 – Resolved a display issue where “unknown” may appear in OpenPGP file views9828 – Corrected a problem using TAR files having long file names
10006 – Corrected an issue where an encrypted OpenPGP file may result when encryption is not licensed
10203 – Corrected a problem where passing an empty string such as “” may cause the program to end unexpectedly
10895 – Corrected a problem that may cause an unexpected private key password prompt when creating OpenPGP files
10897 – Corrected a problem on HP-UX that resulted in unexpected characters appearing in private key passphrase prompts
10903 – Fixed a problem causing “pkcerttool” to be unable to read from some PKCS#12 private key files
11072 – Corrected a problem causing the program to end unexpectedly when entering a license key
11138 – Corrected a problem on AIX that may allow the software to install onto systems having an incorrect version of the AIX runtime library xlC present
11270 – Fixed a problem when extracting files that resulted in an incorrect E19 error to occur
11284 – Corrected a problem on Linux which may result in an incorrect file size to be reported and which may cause a CRC error report to appear
11301 – Corrected a problem that may result in OpenPGP files not opening using 3rd party OpenPGP software
Product Fixes in V14.0
6807 – Added ability to view z/OS native block I/O in detail display of view
7655 – Added option to remove ZDW
8993 – Added multiple components to Strict Checking
9162 – Improved program behavior when tab is present in archive comments
9567 – Improved unexpected program behavior, by adding error message when out of memory
9711 – Improved program behavior when EHLO does not work properly
Windows Server Only
2002 – Improved error reporting with corrupted archives
8839 – Added ability to allow parameterization of policy file reg key
HP-UX Only
4783 – No longer remove license key during uninstall
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Server Product Updates

Ensure that you are current on maintenance releases and using the most updated versions of SecureZIP® and PKZIP® for Windows®, UNIX®, and Windows server products. 

v12 Maintenance Release 5

This maintenance release is available for all users of PKZIP Server and SecureZIP Server v12.x.

Important
Customers updating from 8.x or earlier
If you are a PKZIP/SecureZIP customer updating from 8.x or earlier, you will need to obtain a new license key. Your current key will not work with this update. Customers on maintenance should contact PKWARE Customer Service to obtain a new key for this update.

Depending on the terms of your maintenance agreement, this upgrade may have an associated cost.
 

12.5 Product Enhancements

Windows Server Only
Include open files in ZIP archives
Windows, UNIX, and Linux
Extract WavPack files within ZIP archives
Extract files from archives created on IBM z/OS using hardware compression tools
Changes in FIPS Mode to support NIST algorithm changes effective end of 2010

12.5 Product Fixes

2096 – Improved search for certificates
2789 – Automated fixed archive name with –fix command
5902 – Corrected uncommon issue with log report folders
6807 – Added display of z/OS native block IO
7237 – Corrected issue with .Z file extraction in data streams
7880 – Corrected issue with crypto algorithm configured
8461 – Corrected unexpected program ending when data is not put on STDIN
8735 – Corrected issue with –ldap and –recipient order sensitivity
8770 – Corrected attribute item for FTP’d files
8786 – Corrected issue when converting RAR files to TAR/ZIP
8787 – Corrected issue when ^C is pressed while shredding archives
8798 – Added support for Self-extracting CAB files
8841 – Corrected unexpected program ending when viewing detail through the buffer
8843 – Removed extra line when using –mailto command
8898 – Corrected RC reporting error when FTP is unsuccessful
9053 - Revised library module loading in support of recent security best practices published by Microsoft
 

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Current Customers:

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Once your download is complete, you can start the installation process as Administrator by running the installation file. You may need to re-enter your product license key and reboot your machine after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

swinstall –s <file_name>.depot


Replace <file_name> with the name and location of the file you download. If you are installing for PA-RISC, make sure you are using the installation file having “hpen” in the name. If you are installing on Itanium, make sure you are using the installation file having “hien” in the name.

Note: If your browser automatically changes the .depot file extension to .tar when downloading, rename the file extension to .depot before running swinstall. You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

Before installing this update on AIX®, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

Active Image

Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key for AIX after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with the following command:

pkgadd –d <filename>.pkg

Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.

Before installing this update, you should first uninstall your existing version of PKZIP® Server or SecureZIP® Server. Once your download is complete and you have uninstalled your current program, you can start the installation process as root, with one of the following commands:

Redhat Packages: rpm -i <filename>.rpm
Debian Packages: dpkg -i <filename>.deb

Note: You may need to re-enter your product license key after completing the installation. Make sure you have your license key available when you install this update.