ZipFile v2.6 - File sharing made easy & profitable

ZipFile v2.6 - File sharing made easy & profitable

ZipFile is a file hosting and sharing script. You can use this script to securely host your files to popular file hosting services or your own server and share by adding email address or link.

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Features:

ZipFile boasts the following features to help you save time and share files easily:

  • Simple drag and drop File upload system
  • Use SQLite by default. No Need to have any mysql database.
  • Download link Monetization with adf.ly
  • Download link Monetization with Shorte.st
  • Download link Monetization with Linkbucks
  • Home page and Download page monetization 4 ad modules
  • Streamed Zip and download, so less resource dependency on server
  • Use Local server storage as file storage
  • Use Amazon S3 as file storage
  • Use Backblaze b2 as file storage
  • Use Google Drive as file storage
  • Use diffrent email api like mailgun-api, sendgrid-api Or any SMTP
  • Send Email Notifications to sender and receivers
  • Link can be shared with anyone
  • Ability to share already shared files to anyone without downloading files
  • Ability to add remove files from already shared link
  • Share validity can be configured
  • Ability to share already shared files to anyone without downloading files
  • Ability to add remove files from already shared link
  • Configurable days validity of every share
  • Backend access to view all share codes and list other details
  • Login to backend to see the list of shares
  • Download Zipped files from backend directly
  • Delete Share files
  • Ban Users IP

Demo

Requirements

  • AWS account/BackBlaze account [If you want to use these options, Local storage is default]
  • PHP >= 7.0.0
  • MySql >= 5.6.0
  • OpenSSL PHP Extension
  • PDO PHP Extension
  • PDO SQLITE Extention
  • Mbstring PHP Extension
  • Tokenizer PHP Extension
  • XML PHP Extension
  • Make sure to read Server requirements before you start Laravel Requirement
  • allow_url_fopen should be set on inside your php.ini
  • mod_rewrite should be enabled for Apache
  • post_max_size should properly set on inside your php.ini
  • memory_limit should properly set on inside your php.ini
  • upload_max_filesize should properly set on inside your php.ini
  • max_execution_time should properly set on inside your php.ini

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