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NetWorx v5.4.1 Updated

Checker on 8 Aug 2015
  • 12MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 8 Aug 2015
  • Suggested by wolssiloa

SoftPerfect NetWorx helps collect bandwidth usage data and measure the speed of your Internet or any other network connection. NetWorx can help you identify possible sources of network problems, ensure that you do not exceed the bandwidth limits specified by your ISP, or track down suspicious network activity characteristic of malicious programs/hacks.

The program allows you to monitor all your network connections or a specific network connection (such as Ethernet or PPP) only. The incoming and outgoing traffic is represented on a line chart and logged to a file, so that you can always view statistics about your daily, weekly and monthly bandwidth usage and dialup duration. Reports can be exported to a variety of formats, such as HTML, MS Word and Excel, for further analysis.

A 64-bit version is available (within the folder).

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: Administrator rights
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract:
  1. Download the 'portable' ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Select either 32-bit or 64-bit folder (depending on your OS)
  3. Launch networx.exe
Note: Some archive managers (notably PeaZip) don't show the 32-bit and 64-bit folders. In that case, the smaller versions of the files are the 32-bit versions.
What's new?
  • Added rounding to good-looking values in the usage report barchart.
  • Added hidden settings to show/hide dial-up and on/off-peak features.
  • Added a warning if DB is not writable or can't be created on disk.
  • Added dialog to allow to reset to a set value other than zero.
  • Minor bug fixes and improved Windows 10 compatibility.
Latest comments
ChipsNHotSauce on 2011-06-15 20:07

There's a bug where the "tray info" appears in a loop and the only way to remedy is to close it and restart. I also had it freeze on me and I had to kill it via the task manager; I lost about a weeks worth of statistics...

ChipsNHotSauce on 2011-06-15 20:08

...and with that said; I've tried others listed on this site and their is no comparison, this one is tops low resource/well designed interface.

wolfyreload on 2012-11-22 18:00

Keeps getting better and better. Better than most of the paid bandwidth monitors I've tried

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DNS Jumper v2.0 Updated

Checker on 27 Jun 2015
  • 681KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 26 Jun 2015
  • Suggested by guinness

DNS Jumper is a management program to easily define and apply customized DNS server profiles on your computer. The program comes bundled with over 50 free server profiles to choose from. With the "Fastest DNS" option, DNS Jumper will ping all the DNS profiles and select the fastest one to use in your area.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? No. If you use the DNS backup function, the backup data is stored in Windows registry.
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch DnsJumper.exe.
Similar/alternative apps: QuickSetDNS, Public DNS Server Tool
What's new? Fixed:
  • Dns Jumper cannot ping some DNS servers (instead of ping Resolve method used).
  • Dns Jumper’s Buttons are very small and some minor GUI changes.
  • Sometimes Update function doesn’t work (improved).
Added:
  • Tray menu
  • Turbo resolve feture , it will reduce the total fastest Dns test time drastically.
  • Start DNS Jumper on system startup , Apply parameters at system startup … features.
  • Parameter support to Run fastest Dns test at startup and apply it Automatically.
  • Dns list Export – Import features.
Latest comments
bzl333 on 2014-12-30 21:24

great program. i wish it can select the port (like 5353 etc) to defeat ISP's hijacking.

freakazoid on 2014-12-30 23:29

bzl333 - Try QuickSetDNS or Public DNS Server Tool and see if they offer such functionality. Both are listed in the Similar/alternative apps section above. I haven't tested either program to see if it matches your needs though.

shuunen on 2015-07-18 13:44

Great app, portable for sure, but also quick and simple, allow to choose/change and detect fast DNS.

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MobaXterm v8.1 Updated

SYSTEM on 4 Aug 2015
  • 26MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 3 Aug 2015
  • Suggested by Mobatek

MobaXterm provides a basic set of Unix commands (GNU/Cygwin) in a single file. The program integrates an X server and some network clients such as SSH, telnet, rlogin, SFTP, etc. accessible through a tabbed terminal.

Key features:

  • X server fully configured (based on Xorg)
  • Tab-based terminal with anti-aliased fonts and macro support
  • Easy DISPLAY export from any remote host
  • X11-Forwarding capability in OpenSSH
  • Numerous plugins including the GNU C/C++ compiler, GIT, SVN, MPlayer, and more.

Category:
System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8
Writes settings to: Application folder
Dependencies: None
Stealth: ? Yes. Passwords are saved to the "ini" file by default (this can be a security risk if someone else has access to your USB drive). If you already have passwords in the registry, passwords will still be saved there.
Unicode support: Yes
License: GPL
How to extract:
  1. Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Create an empty text file and paste the following:

    [Misc]
    HomeDir=%CurrentDrive%:\{YOUR_APP_DIR}\{YOUR_MOBAXTERM_DIR}\home

  3. Save the file to the application folder as MobaXterm.ini
  4. Launch MobaXterm_Personal_[version number].exe
What's new?
  • Bugfix: corrected the SFTP browser which was not displayed if you used a private SSH key with no passphrase
  • Bugfix: advanced terminal settings were not accessible for telnet sessions
  • Bugfix: corrected an issue with Powershell and Cmd sessions when a startup folder was specified
  • Bugfix: the "duplicate tab" feature did not work in previous version
  • Bugfix: SSH keys in a shared folder with UNC path were not handled correctly
  • Bugfix: terminal resize was not handled correctly when asked by "screen", "tmux" or "reset" programs
  • Bugfix: corrected the SFTP browser which did not work with GSSAPI SSH connections
  • Bugfix: corrected an issue with "ascii" command which exited without displaying ascii table
  • Bugfix: removed some code which made some antivirus detect games executable as false-positive
  • Bugfix: the "-exec" feature was not working correctly with ssh commands in previous version
  • Improvement: improved the KeepAlive function by enabling/disabling the application-level keepalive feature AND the TCP keepalive feature simultaneously
  • Improvement: added some debugging information for MoTTY connections (right-click on the terminal and choose "Event log" to show it)
  • Improvement: popup windows for fatal connection errors are now printed to the terminal output
  • Improvement: display SSH banner before the remote server banner for better readibility
  • Improvement: replaced Ctrl+Insert shortcut by Ctrl+Shift+Insert for pasting in the terminal
  • Improvement: added Ctrl+0 shortcut for resetting fonts size to default
  • Improvement: added the Ctrl+Left_arrow / Ctrl+Right_arrow keyboard shortcuts for "forward-word" / "backward-word" in terminal
  • Improvement: increased startup speed especially if you have many sessions folders
  • Improvement: you can now save your SSH keys passphrases the same way as you save passwords if you activate the setting in "Manage passwords" window
  • Improvement: a middle-click on a SFTP browser item copies the item path to the SSH session
  • Improvement: added the VAGRANT_DETECTED_OS environment variable which allows Vagrant to work correctly inside MobaXterm
  • Improvement: if SFTP browser does not work because your remote server echoes some text, an explicit warning message is displayed in MobaXterm log file
  • Improvement: added a new script which allows to create MobaXterm sessions from a plain text list of servers: "ServersListToMxtSessions.sh"
Latest comments
Nat on 2013-05-30 20:38

I use this software daily in all my network admin duties. It's a wonderful piece of software and I will gladly recommend this to all my friends.

__philippe on 2013-07-25 12:58

MobaXterm alternative: For a much more compact suite of Native Win32 port of stand-alone GNU utilities, *provided an X-Server is not required*, consider also
http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/

package download (3.36Mb):
http://sourceforge.net/projects/unxutils/

The classic, finely honed, single-purpose Unix tools "cat | grep | head | tail ..." are all in there,
(all 118 of them), including the perennial soul-searching 'whoami' operator...;-)

Tested and found to be running fine under winXP. Recommended.

__philippe

hamasaki on 2015-02-15 12:01

Absolutely terrific software.

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FLV Joiner v0.6

Checker on 15 Mar 2014

FLV Joiner is a fast and simple tool for combining multiple flash videos into one. The program is "lossless" meaning it does not recompress the files. Tested on FLV1/H263, VP6, AVC/H264 flash video formats and can handle VFR files without synchronization problems.

Note: Sometimes, if a file join fails, a second try will succeed.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: None
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch FLVJoin.exe.
What's new?
  • Bugfix: ini file could default to root path rather than app path.
Latest comments
webfork on 2013-08-23 23:15

Links fixed - thanks Checker

freakazoid on 2013-09-08 07:31

Thanks to Ralph for his tidbit in comment #6 about fixing issues where the joined FLV would crash the video between the joined portions by re-transcoding the entire joined FLV. (I used Video to Video instead of XMedia Recode.)

nusushika on 2014-02-19 08:37

It would be perfect if the author adds Queue function~

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Universal Extractor v1.6.1

webfork on 8 Nov 2014

Universal Extractor allows you to extract files from a wide variety of archive files, including ZIP, ARJ, LZH, as well as MSI and EXE files created using various installer packages (such as Nullsoft, Wise, Inno Setup, etc). Useful for testing apps for portability because you can extract files directly from installer packages without having to go through the installation process. Note that the original developer no longer updates the program so some manual updates may be required.

Alternatively, an unofficial version with the latest-and-greatest internals is available (on Lupo's PenSuite site).

Commercial use note: license restrictions are present on included files UHARC02.EXE and UHARC04.EXE, but can be deleted without dramatic impact on the software. See website for more information.

Category:
System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? No. Included libraries may write to the registry.
Unicode support: Yes
License: Main program: GPL, Included libraries: various, see note about commercial use
How to extract:
  1. Download the RAR "UniExtract Binary Archive" package and extract using 7-zip or a similar tool to a folder of your choice
  2. Launch UniExtract.exe
What's new? Added support for environmental variables (eg., specify %temp% for debug dir)
Added support for XZ compressed files and txz/tlz archives via 7-Zip
Added support for Windows Installer merge modules (.msm) via MsiX
Added support for NBH files via NBHextract
Added translations for Armenian, Czeck, Persian (Farsi), Serbian, Swedish
Changed 7-Zip unpacking behavior;
now attempts brute force extraction only after External PEiD scan;
change due to aggressive .exe resource extraction in new versions
Changed Windows installer support (.msi, .msp) to use MsiX instead of msi2xml
Changed LZMA support to use 7-Zip for extraction
Changed FEAD support to use PEiD rather than TrID for detection
Changed following formats to call 7z by name (also see 7-Zip debug comment):
bz2, chm, gz, tar, Z
this is mostly for code cleanup; functionality should be the same
Fixed InstallShield 5.x regression in 1.6 preventing successful extraction
Fixed bug in extraction of non-TAR LZW compressed files
Fixed bug that prevented picking files after toggling history option
Fixed bug in display of history combo boxes when no items listed
Fixed cosmetic bug in Visual C++ SFX status dialog
Fixed cosmetic bug in status dialogs due to extra padding by AutoIt
Removed lzma helper binary
Removed msi2xml helper binary and MSXML download link on MSI selection page
Removed Windows NT 4.0 support from installer
Removed debug output for 7-Zip, arj, hlp;
buffers output, preventing proper user feedback and input prompts
Updated success/fail detection to check output directory timestamp;
can detect cases where files are overwritten, which old method missed;
will still consider failed if user chooses not to overwrite files,
or if all files are written to a subdirectory of the output directory
Updated RPM and DEB support to extract interim CPIO and TAR files
Updated FEAD support to workaround read-only permission issue
Updated Zip support to log unzip output and permit minor reported unzip errors
Updated PEiD detection of Microsoft SFX cab files for more reliable extraction
Updated some UniExtract window sizes for better internationalization support
Updated translations for Italian, Korean, Russian
Updated 7-Zip to 9.13 beta
Updated AutoIt to 3.3.6.1 and replaced deprecated _ArrayCreate UDF
Updated InfoZip unzip to 6.0.0
Updated Inno Setup to 5.3.9
Updated innounp to 0.31 (supports Inno Setup 5.3.9)
Updated InstallExplorer WCX to 0.9.2
Updated MSI WCX to 1.2.1
Updated PEiD to 0.95
Updated UnRAR to 3.93
Latest comments
Numanoid on 2014-08-29 11:57

It's a bit OTT calling this an universal extractor, as many EXE files I try to extract with it, leads to error messages that the so-scalled universal extractor can't extract them.

Numanoid on 2014-11-01 14:32

This programme is in fact pretty much useless, there hasn't been one exe I have tried to extract over the last couple of months, where the so-called Universal Extractor has failed me :-(

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