Just to be clear the zip file does not have a password, at least not one that I added. But if I had put a password on the file calling me "stupid"
for doing so as you did below would not be a good way to get me to help.
I have just downloaded and unzipped the file on a computer that has not seen the zip file before and it opened without asking for a password.
So the problem is most likely your computer
Have you tried unzipping on another computer, downloading the file again, or using another application to try unzipping?
hdleather wrote:Can't even unzip the package, being asked for a password. There are several extensions that have been posted recently within the marketplace that have password protection on them and it is stupid that anyone even considers this.