The single biggest whart of Zeus is, in my humble opinion, the ugly icon embedded in "zeus.exe". Has anybody had more success than I've had with "Axialis IconWorkshop™" (http://axialis.com/iconworkshop)?
That program corrupted the .exe file, and made it grow from 790 kB to 3,972,078 kB (!!!).
Thanks for your bug report, I'll check this and let you know. This kind of
errors may happen with compressed EXE. I'll check zeus.exe and let you know.
Marc EMILE - Axialis Software
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Karl Johan Kleist" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 2:46 PM
Subject: AXIDS-P1521732 -- Bug report
> Ticket# : AXIDS-P1521732 Name : Karl Johan Kleist (ip
> Order# : <no order> Email : email@example.com
> Product : Axialis IconWorkshop - Corporate Edition
> Version : 6.53
> Corrupted .exe file after editing its icon
> Hi, after using the trial version of IconWorkshop I'm sorry to say that I
> won't buy it. The reason is that after editing an icon (I made nothing
> else) and saving, the .exe file grew from 790 kB to 3,972,078 kB (!) and
> when trying to launch it (64 bit Windows 7) I get the error "not a valid
> Win32 application".
> If you take this error report seriously, and would like to reproduce it,
> the .exe file that was corrupted was "zeus.exe" (ver. 3.97c) as downloaded
> from here:
> Of course I have a backup of the original file. If you want me to, I could
> mail you a copy of it, as well as the corrupted file.