URL Snooper

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Midas
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Re: URL Snooper

#31 Post by Midas » Sun Apr 08, 2018 9:24 am

I finally got around to testing URL Snooper... and got nowhere fast, with it repeatedly complaining of missing DLLs and not even starting (I didn't install winpcap, I'm afraid). :sad:

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vevy
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Re: URL Snooper

#32 Post by vevy » Tue Dec 22, 2020 8:18 pm

I noticed that "admin" gave it -10 . It works for me. Is it allowed to vote it up into visibility, or is it hidden "administratively"?
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Re: URL Snooper

#33 Post by billon » Tue Dec 22, 2020 9:21 pm

req. winpcap
aggressive donationware to the level of not freeware like many from donationcoder - req. some key from site, free but still

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Re: URL Snooper

#34 Post by vevy » Tue Dec 22, 2020 9:42 pm

I understand the arguments against it. I install WinPcap like .NET, .NET Core, etc when I install Windows, because it is needed by multiple tools.

It is a nagware but getting a free key doesn't even require registration, so it passes my threshold for free considering how useful it is.

Which brings me back to the question: Is it a decision by the admin to hide it, or is it still voted on democratically?
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