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BulkFileChanger v1.65 32bit
BulkFileChanger v1.65 32bit BulkFileChanger is a small utility that allows you to create files list from multiple folders, and then make some action on them - Modify their created/modified/accessed time, change their file attribute (Read Only, Hidden, System), run an executable with these files as parameter, and copy/cut paste into Explorer. BulkFileChanger is a replacement for the old FileDate Changer utility. System Requirements & Limitations This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. If you set a date prior to 01/01/1980, Windows Explorer will not display this date, due to a limitation originally created for old FAT systems. You can still watch an old file date using other file managers like 7-zip, using BulkFileChanger utility, or by right-clicking on the file and choosing 'Properties'. Versions History Version 1.65: BulkFileChanger now allows you to change and copy the date/time values stored inside media files ( .mp4 , .mov). You can change/copy 3 date/time values: Item Date, Date Encoded, Date Acquired. This feature works on Windows 7 and later. Be aware that the effect of changing these date/time values might be different on different versions of Windows operating system. Using BulkFileChanger BulkFileChanger doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - BulkFileChanger.exe After running BulkFileChanger, you can add files into the list by using one of the following methods: Copy and Paste: Simply copy files from Explorer window (Ctrl+C) and then paste them into BulkFileChanger (Ctrl+V). You can also copy files from other utilities of NirSoft, like SearchMyFiles and HashMyFiles. Drag From Explorer: You can ...
5/5 1,644 Jul 23, 2019
Nir Sofer
BulkFileChanger v1.65 64bit
BulkFileChanger v1.65 64bit BulkFileChanger is a small utility that allows you to create files list from multiple folders, and then make some action on them - Modify their created/modified/accessed time, change their file attribute (Read Only, Hidden, System), run an executable with these files as parameter, and copy/cut paste into Explorer. BulkFileChanger is a replacement for the old FileDate Changer utility. System Requirements & Limitations This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000 and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. If you set a date prior to 01/01/1980, Windows Explorer will not display this date, due to a limitation originally created for old FAT systems. You can still watch an old file date using other file managers like 7-zip, using BulkFileChanger utility, or by right-clicking on the file and choosing 'Properties'. Versions History Version 1.65: BulkFileChanger now allows you to change and copy the date/time values stored inside media files ( .mp4 , .mov). You can change/copy 3 date/time values: Item Date, Date Encoded, Date Acquired. This feature works on Windows 7 and later. Be aware that the effect of changing these date/time values might be different on different versions of Windows operating system. Using BulkFileChanger BulkFileChanger doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - BulkFileChanger.exe After running BulkFileChanger, you can add files into the list by using one of the following methods: Copy and Paste: Simply copy files from Explorer window (Ctrl+C) and then paste them into BulkFileChanger (Ctrl+V). You can also copy files from other utilities of NirSoft, like SearchMyFiles and HashMyFiles. Drag From Explorer: You can ...
5/5 1,691 Jul 23, 2019
Nir Sofer
MyLastSearch v1.65
MyLastSearch v1.65 MyLastSearch utility scans the cache and history files of your Web browser, and locate all search queries that you made with the most popular search engines (Google, Yahoo and MSN) and with popular social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, MySpace). The search queries that you made are displayed in a table with the following columns: Search Text, Search Engine, Search Time, Search Type (General, Video, Images), Web Browser, and the search URL. You can select one or more search queries and then copy them to the clipboard or save them into text/html/xml file. Versions History Version 1.65: Added support for Yandex and DuckDuckGo search engines. Using MyLastSearch MyLastSearch utility doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. In order to start using it, simply copy the executable file (MyLastSearch.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After running it, MyLastSearch scans the cache and history files of your Web browsers (Internet Explorer and/or Firefox), and find all search queries stored in them. The scanning process may take from a few seconds to 1 minute, depending on the size of your cache and history files. After the scanning process is finished, the main window should display the list of all search queries the you made with the most popular search engines. Command-Line Options /loadfrom <IE History Folder> <IE Cache Folder> <Mozilla History File> <Mozilla Cache Folder> <Opera Cache Folder> <Chrome Cache Folder> Load the search queries from the specified cache/history folders of Mozilla/IE/Opera. You can omit parameters that you don't need by specifying an empty string in quotes - "" /stext <Filename> Save the search queries into a regular text file. /stab <Filename> Save the search queries into a tab-delimited text file. /scomma <Filename> Save the search queries into a comma-delimited text file. /stabular <Filename> Save the search queries ...
5/5 5,862 Jan 05, 2019
Nir Sofer
MZHistoryView v1.65 32bit
MZHistoryView v1.65 32bit MZHistoryView is a small utility that reads the history data file (history.dat) of Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape Web browsers, and displays the list of all visited Web pages in the last days. For each visited Web page, the following information is displayed: URL, First visit date, Last visit date, Visit counter, Referrer, Title, and Host name. You can also easily export the history data to text/HTML/Xml file. Notice: The name of this tool was changed from MozillaHistoryView to MZHistoryView due to the obsession of Mozilla Foundation people with their registered trademark. I have received a threatening letter from the attorney of Mozilla Foundation saying that using the 'Mozilla' word inside the name of my software infringes their trademark rights and demanding that I'll change the name of this tool. In order to avoid from any trouble in the future, I decided to change the name of this tool to MZHistoryView. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, From Windows 98 to Windows 10. For all Firefox/Mozilla versions except of Firefox 3, you can use this utility even if Firefox/Mozilla is not installed on your system, as long as you have the history file (history.dat or places.sqlite) that you want to inspect. If you want to read the history file of Firefox 3 or later (places.sqlite file), Firefox must be installed on your system. Versions History Version 1.65: Added 'Quick Filter' feature (View -> Use Quick Filter or Ctrl+Q). When it's turned on, you can type a string in the text-box added under the toolbar and MZHistoryView will instantly filter the browsing history, showing only lines that contain the string you typed. Using MZHistoryView MZHistoryView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. Just copy the executable file (MozillaHistoryView.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After you run ...
5/5 5,885 Oct 22, 2019
Nir Sofer
MZHistoryView v1.65 64bit
MZHistoryView v1.65 64bit MZHistoryView is a small utility that reads the history data file (history.dat) of Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape Web browsers, and displays the list of all visited Web pages in the last days. For each visited Web page, the following information is displayed: URL, First visit date, Last visit date, Visit counter, Referrer, Title, and Host name. You can also easily export the history data to text/HTML/Xml file. Notice: The name of this tool was changed from MozillaHistoryView to MZHistoryView due to the obsession of Mozilla Foundation people with their registered trademark. I have received a threatening letter from the attorney of Mozilla Foundation saying that using the 'Mozilla' word inside the name of my software infringes their trademark rights and demanding that I'll change the name of this tool. In order to avoid from any trouble in the future, I decided to change the name of this tool to MZHistoryView. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, From Windows 98 to Windows 10. For all Firefox/Mozilla versions except of Firefox 3, you can use this utility even if Firefox/Mozilla is not installed on your system, as long as you have the history file (history.dat or places.sqlite) that you want to inspect. If you want to read the history file of Firefox 3 or later (places.sqlite file), Firefox must be installed on your system. Versions History Version 1.65: Added 'Quick Filter' feature (View -> Use Quick Filter or Ctrl+Q). When it's turned on, you can type a string in the text-box added under the toolbar and MZHistoryView will instantly filter the browsing history, showing only lines that contain the string you typed. Using MZHistoryView MZHistoryView doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. Just copy the executable file (MozillaHistoryView.exe) to any folder you like, and run it. After you run it, ...
5/5 2,239 Oct 22, 2019
Nir Sofer
NetworkLatencyView v1.65 32bit
NetworkLatencyView v1.65 32bit NetworkLatencyView is a simple tool for Windows that listens to the TCP connections on your system and calculates the network latency (in milliseconds) for every new TCP connection detected on your system. For every IP address, NetworkLatencyView displays up to 10 network latency values, and their average. The latency value calculated by NetworkLatencyView is very similar to the result you get from pinging to the same IP address. NetworkLatencyView also allows you to easily export the latency information to text/csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file, or copy the information to the clipboard and then paste it to Excel or other application. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. In order to capture the TCP packets properly, you have to install one of the following capture drivers: WinPcap capture driver Network Monitor driver - version 3.4 or later. You can also try to use the 'Raw Socket' method without installing any capture driver. However, this method doesn't work in some systems, as well as the latency values detected by using this method are not very accurate. When using Network Monitor driver on 64-bit system, you must use the 64-bit version of NetworkLatencyView. Versions History Version 1.65: Added support for GeoLite2 City and GeoLite2 Country database in CSV format. In order to use it, you have to extract the following files into the folder of NetworkLatencyView.exe: GeoLite2-City-Blocks-IPv4.csv , GeoLite2-City-Locations-en.csv Start Using NetworkLatencyView Except of a capture driver that you may need to install, NetworkLatencyView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NetworkLatencyView.exe After running NetworkLatencyView ...
5/5 3,417 Dec 01, 2019
Nir Sofer
NetworkLatencyView v1.65 64bit
NetworkLatencyView v1.65 64bit NetworkLatencyView is a simple tool for Windows that listens to the TCP connections on your system and calculates the network latency (in milliseconds) for every new TCP connection detected on your system. For every IP address, NetworkLatencyView displays up to 10 network latency values, and their average. The latency value calculated by NetworkLatencyView is very similar to the result you get from pinging to the same IP address. NetworkLatencyView also allows you to easily export the latency information to text/csv/tab-delimited/html/xml file, or copy the information to the clipboard and then paste it to Excel or other application. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows 2000, and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. In order to capture the TCP packets properly, you have to install one of the following capture drivers: WinPcap capture driver Network Monitor driver - version 3.4 or later. You can also try to use the 'Raw Socket' method without installing any capture driver. However, this method doesn't work in some systems, as well as the latency values detected by using this method are not very accurate. When using Network Monitor driver on 64-bit system, you must use the 64-bit version of NetworkLatencyView. Versions History Version 1.65: Added support for GeoLite2 City and GeoLite2 Country database in CSV format. In order to use it, you have to extract the following files into the folder of NetworkLatencyView.exe: GeoLite2-City-Blocks-IPv4.csv , GeoLite2-City-Locations-en.csv Start Using NetworkLatencyView Except of a capture driver that you may need to install, NetworkLatencyView doesn't require any installation process or additional dll files. In order to start using it, simply run the executable file - NetworkLatencyView.exe After running NetworkLatencyView ...
5/5 3,445 Dec 01, 2019
Nir Sofer
pelook v1.65
pelook v1.65 Pelook is a comprehensive information tool for 32 and 64 bit Windows EXE, DLL, driver and OBJ files (PE/COFF images). This tool is suitable for reverse engineers or anyone needing to delve into the internals of Windows PE files. At first glance, pelook may seem a lot like Microsoft's dumpbin tool, however you'll find it has many additional features and doesn't have the unnecessary verbosity of dumpbin. Rather than blindly dumping fields from the various headers and sections that comprise a PE image, pelook creates an intelligent report of the most useful information in the most compact form possible without sacrificing readibility. Why shouldn't you be able to see the target architecture, dependency DLLs, section list, loader flags, supported .NET framework and version resource all within the same screenful of information and all within the same tool? Pelook was originally written for the virtual memory map display and pointer to image-file-offset conversions; two features I always needed but never found in other PE dumping tools. Pelook combines the most widely used features in these popular tools in addition to other useful features: Dumpbin - Microsoft's PE/COFF header dump tool Depends - Microsoft's Dependency Walker imports/exports tool filever - Microsoft's version information resource dump tool clrver - Microsoft's CLR version tool (determine .NET Framework version needed for an EXE) Some of pelook's features are: Support for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows modules (PE32 and PE32+, a.k.a. PE64) Dump COFF and section headers (Portable Executable/OBJ files) Dump Data Directory table Dump Debug Directory Summary (recognition of Microsoft and Borland debug) Dump import and delay-import dependency DLLs and associated functions (or just a DLL name list ...
5/5 1,754 Dec 12, 2019
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WifiChannelMonitor v1.65
WifiChannelMonitor v1.65 WifiChannelMonitor is a utility for Windows that captures wifi traffic on the channel you choose, using Microsoft Network Monitor capture driver in monitor mode, and displays extensive information about access points and the wifi clients connected to them. WifiChannelMonitor also allows you to view the information about wifi clients that are not connected to any access points, including the list of SSIDs (network names) that they are trying to connect. For every access point, the following information is displayed: SSID, MAC Address, Device Manufacturer , PHY Type, Channel, RSSI, Security, Beacons Count, Probe Responses Count, Data Bytes, Retransmitted Data Bytes, and more... For every client, the following information is displayed: MAC Address, Device Manufacturer, SSID list that the client tries to connect, Sent Data Bytes, Received Data Bytes, Probe Requests Count, and more... System Requirements Windows 10/Vista/7/8/2012 - 32-bit or 64-bit. (In previous version of Windows , there is no support for wifi monitor mode) Microsoft Network Monitor 3.x - You can download and install it from this Web page or from this Web page . Wireless network adapter and a driver that works properly in 'monitor mode' under Windows. See the remarks about that in the 'Known Problems' section below, it's very important !! Starting from version 1.55 - You can also monitor Wifi traffic even if your card doesn't support 'monitor mode'. When your card is not in 'monitor mode' - you'll mostly see the traffic of your own network. You can also use WifiChannelMonitor to watch wifi information offline by importing a capture pcap file created under Linux with airodump-ng or wireshark. In this case, there is no need for capture driver and you can also use it under Windows XP. This download is ...
5/5 3,501 Sep 28, 2020
Nir Sofer
   
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