This is one of the most common file compression formats. It was created by Russian programmer Evgeny Roshal. The format allows one to break up an archived file into several parts, to block an archive to prevent accidental modification, and to enhance data recovery (helps to renew a damaged archive). It has a 128-bit AES algorithm.
This is a file compression format based on the LZMA algorithm with the Unix interface. It includes 32-bit CRC checksum support for checking file integrity. It’s created with the help of the l-zip tool and the TAR container combines several files into one archive that’s placed in a tar.lz compressed file.