14 December 2011

UPX 3.08 executable packer

UPX is a portable, extendable, high-performance executable packer for several different executable formats, including Windows and Linux executables and DLLs. It achieves an excellent compression ratio and offers *very* fast decompression.

UPX 3.08 has been released. It is a minor 3.0x maintenance release to version 3 whose major additions were:

optional LZMA compression
support for BSD systems

Changes in 3.08 (12 Dec 2011):
* Fix allocation in runtime stub for darwin.macho-entry (i386 and amd64).
* Compress shared library on ELF i386 only [ld.so threatens even this case].
* Attempt to support ELF on QNX 6.3.0 for armel (experimental).
* Better diagnostic when ELF -fPIC is needed.
* PT_NOTE improvements for *BSD.
* Preserve more ELF .e_flags on ARM.
* Minor code improvements for ELF stubs.
* Defend against another flavor of corrupt PE header.
* bug fixes




UPX Graphical 1.39

Graphical GUI incl UPX 3.07 and a scrambler. Support Drag & Drop and context-menu.
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Free UPX 1.5
Free UPX is an advanced graphical interface for the UPX. It offers easy access to all documented and undocumented UPX parameters without the need for command line usage.
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