Our engineers have updated the Zip plugin to provide standard Zip 2.0 password protection. Simply include the password as a key-value pair in your
options table for
zip.uncompress(). When compressing, the zip file will be encrypted with that password, and existing password-encrypted zip files can be uncompressed in the same way. Note that WinZip’s AES encryption is not supported at this time.
See our implementation documentation for more information on how to populate your
zip.uncompress() API calls.