So do you mean PKZIP (SecureZip Version 11) contains encrypted files?
Thank you for your response. The .zip file can contain encrypted files, if you set PKZIP to encrypt them. PKZIP includes a virus scanning feature to scan ALL files, encrypted and non-encrypted when the files are unzipped. PKZIP looks for "scan32.exe" when trying to scan and can't find that McAfee file.
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The real-time scanning of any antivirus should inspect and scan files as they are read or extracted from the zip archive onto the disk. There isn't an explicit need to do a command line scan unless the cls parameters passed contain more aggressive/heuristic settings than the real-time scan default. This option is typically used on systems were realtime scanning is turned off.
Thank you for that information. I was guessing that McAfee would be watching what was being unzipped, so the PKZIP command line scanner option was just overkill.
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