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Challenger encryption software Portable

Application: Challenger Encryption Software
Category: Security
Description: Challenger is a software for the encoding of files, folders and drives. For the installation and for the execution simple user rights suffice. Thereby the program is mobil usable on an USB flash drive too. The software is conceived for the local protection of data privacy and for closed communication circles. A synchronous stream cipher, a development from Germany, delivers a fast encryption.

Download Challenger Portable 2.3.13.0 Development Test 1 [3.79MB download / 4.0MB installed]
(MD5: 30471C9D01728A205B4FF99C5BC21C68)

Source code on Github

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (2013-02-05): Initial release

[EDIT MOD GC - Links removed, permission not obtained. Please obtain permission or make this an online installer.]

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Might want to reformat the page

Take a look here to see what a development test page should look like. It's just so everything is standard across the board.

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Thank you for your feedback.

Thank you for your feedback. I updated the first post accordingly!

Regards

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Ehat is the

license on this and if you are not the author to you have permission to re-distribute this?

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I do not have the explicit

I do not have the explicit permission yet but since the author is also distributing a U3 package I assume there should be no problem.

If, however, the author decides otherwise I will delete the paf here.

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You might have a problem then

If the license doesn't state that you can package it explicitly and it's not open source, you have to create an online installer for it, regardless of what versions the original developer has made available. I ran into this problem myself, so I'm not trying to be harsh.

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Thank you very much. But I

Thank you very much.

But I run into one problem with creating an online installer.

I use the following entry in installer.ini:

[DownloadFiles]
DownloadURL=http://www.encryption-software.de/challenger/download/get.php?what=Challenger2313f.zip
DownloadName=Challenger
DownloadFilename=Challenger2313f.zip
AdditionalInstallSize=11000
AdvancedExtract1To=App\Challenger
AdvancedExtract1Filter=*
DoubleExtractFilename=Challenger2313f.exe
DoubleExtract1To=App/Challenger
DoubleExtract1Filter=*

However, extracting Challenger2313f.exe returns unusable files such as:

  • .rsrc
  • .data
  • .link
  • .rloc

Does that mean that there is no way to create an online installer?

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Is the exe that you're trying

Is the exe that you're trying to extract a setup file? Or is it the main executable? If it's a setup file, then I don't think there's any fancy footwork around it, but if it's the program executable, I'm pretty sure you only have to move it to the App folder in the right place. I don't know much about the program you're working with unfortunately, so I'm not sure which scenario it could be.

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It is an installer type and

It is an installer type and not just an executable. Though I am able to extract its contents using the Universal Extractor.

But that means that I cannot create an online installer, correct?

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