Submit@aidaim.com, Illinois (PressExposure) April 07, 2009 -- AidAim Software is pleased to announce CryptoPressStream v.2.00.
A lot of improvements and modifications were made. To learn a full list of changes, please, read news on the vendor's web-site: http://www.aidaim.com/info/news.php
CryptoPressStream is a streaming compression and encryption library. It provides transparent access to compressed or encrypted data stored in the stream object. All stream objects are 100% compatible with TStream and have some advanced functionality like progress event, LoadFromStream, LoadFromFile, SaveToStream, SaveToFile methods, Lock and Unlock methods for multi-thread usage. CryptoPressStream includes TCPSManager component (thread safe) that provides an easiest setting of compression and encryption parameters and contains a list of opened streams.
Key Features: - Transparent streaming compression and encryption library with 100%
TStream compatibility. - Forward and backward seeks to any position, partial rewriting of the
stream, read cache. - Support for large 64-bit streams (> 2 Gb). - Data compression and encryption of buffers, strings, and files. - 3 data compression algorithms: ZLIB, BZIP and PPM. - Strong customizable encryption with binary key support
(12 algorithms and 4 modes): Rijndael (AES) 128 and 256, Blowfish,
Twofish 128 and 256, DES single, double and tripple, Square. - TCPSManager component for compression and encryption settings, list
of opened stream, memory leaks prevention. - Native VCL, does not require any DLLs. - 8 Demos, Component Reference with Delphi and C++ prototypes. - Royalty free. - Full source code available.
Here you can find detailed information about CryptoPressStream: http://www.aidaim.com/products/cryptopressstream/streaming-compression.php
An evaluation versions are freely available to download here: http://www.aidaim.com/products/download.php
Best regards, Ella Perelman AidAim Software http://www.aidaim.com Database, networking, data compression and encryption components for software developers.