- Password protect compressed files – before, users only had the option to use the PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) connector to encrypt/decrypt data. While the PGP connector provided more security features, the need to manage public/private keys meant that it was an overkill for simpler use cases. We make it easier by giving users the option to add a password as they use the Compress files action, which enables users to password protect sensitive files before sending out via email, etc.
- Choose compression algorithm – earlier, users who wanted to compress files in formats other than .zip had to do it via on-prem scripts. Now, users can choose either .zip /.gz / .tar.gz for the compression algorithm.