I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Wipe after encryption
I realize this might be a dangerous addition. So I KNOW it cannot be checked by default.
However, I would like a checkbox option to wipe the file(s) after encryption for user profiles we create that include encrypting the archive.
If you are too fearful of adding that feature, is there a way of adding a wipe feature within PA? I am leery of just deleting an important file(s) that I encrypt.
I have another program that will wipe files . . . however, if I am already in PA, having that option would be a nice bell.
I suppose I would also like having the option to wipe 10 times, and not just 7.
Anything that increases the security for PA users wins my vote. Although 7 wipes via DOD is pretty high as it is , there is plenty of applications that offer a custom box for those who want a higher wipe ratio.
But it might be worth creating something that validates the encrypted archive before it wipes.
I always check the test after compression when I use a PBS. Perhaps there should be a paired option: test and then wipe.