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Neutron v1.07

smaragdus on 21 Mar 2017
  • 14KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 23 Jun 2008
  • Suggested by Barrette

Neutron is small time synchronizing program that retrieves the accurate time from one of several specialized time servers on the Internet using the standard Time protocol (TCP or UDP port 37). Once the network time has been retrieved the program can synchronize your computer's clock to match it.

System Requirements: Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: Administrator rights
Stealth: ? Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch Neutron.exe.
What's new?
  • Added a message box warning for Vista users if the time couldn't be synchronized due to lack of rights to change the time.
Latest comments
just_someone on 2008-11-01 02:13

Great program. Place shortcut in startup folder. Check the box "exit after time has been synced". Its quick and fast no extra time on boot up.

tonecool on 2008-12-30 16:12

Confirmed, Neutron doesn't write anything to the registry and very good program btw

Webfork on 2009-12-21 17:12

Great program and very useful. The comment left by "just_someone" to check the time and exit works beautifully. Saves me a lot of trouble with multiple machines I work on that are off by a few minutes or hours.

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Open Sonic v0.1.4

webfork on 1 Apr 2018
  • 9MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 19 Sep 2010
  • Suggested by guinness

Open Sonic is an open-source game based closely on the "Sonic the Hedgehog" universe. It introduces a different style of gameplay called cooperative play, in which it's possible to control 3 characters simultaneously.

System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
License: GPL
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch opensonic.exe.
Latest comments
stupidh0 on 2010-05-21 00:06

3 characters? I only have one brain!

Mark Del on 2011-03-15 11:19

It's classic Sonic gameplay but it also incorporates elements of another classic game, The Lost Vikings, where you have to switch control between three characters to overcome a level's obstacles.

Mike on 2011-05-19 00:57

This game is so well-made you'll swear it's from Sega. Lots of fun, too!

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CSVed v2.5.2a

billon on 2 Aug 2017
  • 2MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 2 Aug 2017
  • Suggested by NewKreation

CSVed is a fast, basic spreadsheet file editor that supports the CSV file format. You can add/delete columns, rearrange column order, change separator, filter items, remove duplicates, split/join columns etc.

System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? No
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the "without installer" ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Launch CSVed.exe
  3. Select Tools, Portable to enable portable mode
Similar/alternative apps: CSVpad, CSV Buddy, CSVFileView
What's new?
  • No test disk in drive and network.
Latest comments
__philippe on 2017-04-25 23:17

CSVed v2.5 released 25-APR-2017

Worthwhile CSV utility indeed, but annoyingly, the developer keeps neglecting to refresh his program
outdated internal date-stamp/version-ID tags:

c:\>sigcheck CSVed.exe:
    Link date: 0:22 20/06/1992
    Prod version: 2.3.0
    File version:
    Binary Version:

__philippe on 2017-06-10 17:57

CSVed v2.5.1 released 10-JUN-2017

Regrettably, despite several gentle reminders to the developer, this fine program is still marred by a slipshot attitude towards time-stamping successive PE:
(one needs to rely on the calculated hash values or the entropy # to differentiate executable versions...)

c:\>sigcheck -a -h -v CSVed.exe:

Verified: Unsigned
Link date: 0:22 20/06/1992
Publisher: n/a
Company: OostWestThuisBest (OWTB)
Description: CSV file editor
Product: CSVeditor
Prod version: 2.3.0
File version:
MachineType: 32-bit
Binary Version:
Original Name: CSVed
Internal Name: n/a
Copyright: SJ Francke
Comments: geen
Entropy: 7.911
MD5: 188A656C27FB7DB5B62579036226E28E
SHA1: AB1158405F98E0B56A52EA49DD153386F39C58A9
PE256: n/a
SHA256: 23C8DECC0EB7745C4C481368B0164B184AE1C64087E0E69B57DB6F8679A14576
IMP: n/a
VT detection: 0/61

__philippe on 2017-08-03 14:05

CSVed 2.5.2a changelog: "no test disk in drive and network"

Would anyone venture to elucidate the deeper meaning of this cryptic changelog entry ?

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Windows Registry Recovery v1.6.1

billon on 7 Mar 2017
  • 3MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 7 Mar 2017
  • Suggested by AlephX

Windows Registry Recovery allows to directly read files containing Windows registry hives and extract many useful information about the configuration and windows installation settings of the host machine.

Note that the program is not simply a registry editor: it works with other tools, including exported keys. It’s useful for seeing registry issues, sandboxing tools, and diagnostics. To your own computer's registry files, open a NTUSER.DAT system file but keep in mind that these are usually hidden by Windows to avoid accidental deletion.

System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: None
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch WRR.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: RegistryViewer, RawReg
What's new?
  • Bug fixes.
Latest comments
Libor Šimánek on 2009-12-01 21:29

You do nothing wrong. It's a peace of SHIT !!! Waste of time !!! At least a single line of help how to use it would be decency!

Raj Sharma on 2009-12-26 02:11

I find it a good Program. Only one of its kind. You should know where your registry hives are.

joeyjuviyani on 2010-02-02 00:17

Get the awesome guide on "Monitor, clean and optimize the Windows registry" at:

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SniffPass v1.13

billon on 9 Mar 2017
  • 87KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 17 Sep 2014
  • Suggested by guinness

SniffPass is a small password monitoring software that listens to your network, capturing the passwords that pass through your network adapter and display them instantly. SniffPass captures passwords using the 'Raw Socket' method. It is able to determine the following Protocols: POP3, IMAP4, SMTP, FTP, and HTTP (basic authentication passwords).

System Requirements: Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: It uses the 'Raw Sockets' method, but can have some limitations on certain systems. If it's unable to capture passwords try either WinPcap capture driver or the Microsoft Network Monitor, which should solve the problem.
Stealth: ? Yes
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch SniffPass.exe.
What's new?
  • Fixed bug: When opening the 'Capture Options' dialog-box after Network Monitor Driver 3.x was previously selected, SniffPass switched back to Raw Sockets mode.
Latest comments
CrimsonStrange on 2010-07-15 11:13

Symantec AntiVirus says this program is a threat - labels it HackTool.SniffPass Info from the Symantec site: Updated: January 15, 2010 4:46:01 PM
Type: Security Assessment Tool
Risk Impact: Low
Systems Affected: Linux, Solaris, Windows 2000, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP

BehaviorPasswordRevealer is a Security Assessment Tool intended to discover passwords by sniffing network traffic.
I can see where it could be used as a malicious program, but I'm betting this is a false positive. You'll have to make your antivirus program ignore it to use it, I suppose. Just wanted everybody who downloads this know about it...

Tintenkiller on 2010-09-08 09:15

Sadly, that's pretty common nowadays.

A lot of Nirsofts great tools are labeled als hacking software by numerous AntiVirus Apps (e.g. Trend Micro). Thus trying to block them. It's always a pain in the ass.

But not much you can do about it.

It's not really a false positive either - since those tools ARE sort of hacking tools. But the tools themselves do nothing harmful per se.

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