Exe Packer
Application Virtualization for Windows

Import and virtualize ActiveX, Flash and .Net runtime • Rich SDK for developers • Create custom packers • Supports both 32-bit and 64-bit applications • Virtual file system and registry

BoxedApp SDK

A developer library that provides a set of functions for application virtualization: emulating a file system and a system registry for an application. Using these functions, you can create virtual files, fake registry entries, keys and values. x86 and x64 are supported. Samples for C++, C#, VB.Net, VB6, Delphi, Builder C++ are available.

BoxedApp Packer

BoxedApp Packer is a developer utility for converting your regular full-fledged applications to single self-sustaining executable files that don't require the installation in order to be run. That literally means that you can squeeze all ActiveX controls, dynamic libraries, and just all kinds of files that your original application depends on into a single executable file and run it just as if that was a regular application installed the regular way.

BoxedApp Packer API

This is a programming interface to use BoxedApp Packer. Just specify files that should be packed together. Create converters and packers: video to exe, flash movies to exe and others.

What is BoxedApp?

BoxedApp is a family of products: an application virtualization tool to convert regular applications to packed ones, a library for developers to virtualize file system and registry, and a library to make custom packers.

What to choose?

If you have a ready application and would like to make its portable version, or include dependencies into the application, then use BoxedApp Packer.

If you are planning to create your own "packer", consider using BoxedApp Packer API.

If you are a developer and want to hide usage of some DLLs, protect assets, use ActiveX without registration, run processes from memory, then BoxedApp SDK is for you.

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