Ever needed to email a file but it keeps on bouncing because
it's an illegal attachment? Renaming the file or storing it in a ZIP
archive might work, but most ISP can detect that low-tech obfuscation.
You need BMP Wrap.
BMP Wrap temporarily hides a file inside a valid .BMP image. Once hidden, you can send the BMP file to anybody you
wish and they can then extract that file from the BMP image using BMP Wrap. Now
you can send EXEs, DLLs, or whatever file format you want, and the destination mail
server will never be the wiser.
Download bmpWrap.exe. No installation is
required - just save the EXE file to your desktop, and then drag the file you
want to wrap/unwrap onto the the BMPWrap Icon (a new .BMP file is created, the
original file is left unmodified).
This program is free & does not include any ad-ware or other
malware. The only advertising is on this webpage, so please link to
this page rather than the EXE file directly.
number of websites have reviewed this app positively, though often they wish
for password protection as an added feature. I think that would overly
complicate this app's real purpose: a fool-proof way to send email attachments
that won't get blocked. Just say no to feature creep.
AAA Android Apps- Apps
actually worth downloading for your Android phone; real reviews, no