The Bat! Professional Edition 8.5.6

The Bat! is an e-mail client for Microsoft Windows operating systems. The main task of the program is to secure protection of the correspondence from data theft and monitoring by third parties. The Bat! protects your information using different methods, including the encryption of the message base on the hard drive and e-mail traffic encryption. The program ensures the privacy of correspondence, protecting confidential data, as it can work without using the services of the global e-mail providers and Web interface. The Bat! is able to handle an unlimited number of e-mail accounts and to process and store an unlimited number of messages. The program offers a system of automatic message filtering, easy system of templates, message editor with the spell checker and many other useful features.

Thanks to HungUT for the update.

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We Got "Fix" :coolwink:

We Got True NsanerS..! :P

 

PS: :w00t:8) I See You There Shaking That A$$ :troll:

 

U *dot* Down? :coolwink:

 

Portable The Bat! Pro 8.5.6 32-64 bit Multilingual Online

By PortableAppZ

 

Download Portable TheBat Online (0.2 MB)

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Sharecode : /files/8221133/TheBat_Portable_8.x_32-64-bit_Multilingual_Online.exe.html

 

In first screen enter: 8-5-6
 
Extract and run TheBatPortable.
Settings of installed TheBat should be preserved
2 hours ago, fl0ppyd1scours3 said:

Site: http://www.mediafire.com
Sharecode: /file/elg22905nk89ay7/Fix.rar?

Requesting a mirror since Mediafire took the link down .TYVM

Dangerous File Blocked: The file you attempted to download was determined to be dangerous. For your protection, MediaFire does not enable distribution of dangerous files.

 

 

MD5    e27ef55fdec61b2a5e7f59b4fbbecd24
SHA1    02548b6e35993659aa6cfe3c4f91c3a369fddcba

 

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:o :rofl::lmao::moon:

I've been using "thebat.8.x-patch.exe" with a file data of 11/12/2017 that I have now got from at least two different sources. Is anything posted above more up-to-date?