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The best networking tool EVER!!! - Net Tools

OK, this is a tool that *has* to be made portable, all you really have to do is contact the guy who made the program on their website. (http://users.pandora.be/ahmadi/nettools.htm) This is a must have portable app! It is a very good app for those of you in the security field and for those of us who would just like to make things more secure.

And here's just a small sample of stuff you can do with it.

1) IP Address Scanner
2) IP Calculator
3) IP Converter
4) Port Listener
5) Port Scanner
6) Ping
7) NetStat (2 ways)
8) Trace Route (2 ways)
9) TCP/IP Configuration
10) Online - Offline Checker
11) Resolve Host & IP
12) Time Sync
13) Whois & MX Lookup
14) Connect0r
15) Connection Analysator and protector
16) Net Sender
17) E-mail seeker
18) Net Pager
19) Active and Passive port scanner
20) Spoofer
21) Hack Trapper
22) HTTP flooder (DoS)
23) Mass Website Visiter
24) Advanced Port Scanner
25) Trojan Hunter (Multi IP)
26) Port Connecter Tool
27) Advanced Spoofer
28) Advanced Anonymous E-mailer
29) Simple Anonymous E-mailer
30) Anonymous E-mailer with Attachment Support
31) Mass E-mailer
32) E-mail Bomber
33) E-mail Spoofer
34) Simple Port Scanner (fast)
35) Advanced Netstat Monitoring
36) X Pinger
37) Web Page Scanner
38) Fast Port Scanner
39) Deep Port Scanner
40) Fastest Host Scanner (UDP)
41) Get Header
42) Open Port Scanner
43) Multi Port Scanner
44) HTTP scanner (Open port 80 subnet scanner)
45) Multi Ping for Cisco Routers
46) TCP Packet Sniffer
47) UDP flooder
48) Resolve and Ping
49) Multi IP ping
50) File Dependency Sniffer
51) EXE-joiner (bind 2 files)
52) Encrypter
53) Advanced Encryption
54) File Difference Engine
55) File Comparasion
56) Mass File Renamer
57) Add Bytes to EXE
58) Variable Encryption
59) Simple File Encryption
60) ASCII to Binary (and Binary to ASCII)
61) Enigma
62) Password Unmasker
63) Credit Card Number Validate and Generate
64) Create Local HTTP Server
65) eXtreme UDP Flooder
66) Web Server Scanner
67) Force Reboot
68) Webpage Info Seeker
69) Bouncer
70) Advanced Packet Sniffer
71) IRC server creater
72) Connection Tester
73) Fake Mail Sender
74) Bandwidth Monitor
75) Remote Desktop Protocol Scanner
76) MX Query
77) Messenger Packet Sniffer
78) API Spy
79) DHCP Restart
80) File Merger
81) E-mail Extractor (crawler / harvester bot)
82) Open FTP Scanner
83) Advanced System Locker
84) Advanced System Information
85) CPU Monitor
86) Windows Startup Manager
87) Process Checker
88) IP String Collecter
89) Mass Auto-Emailer (Database mailer; Spammer)
90) Central Server (Base Server; Echo Server; Time Server; Telnet Server; HTTP Server; FTP Server)
91) Fishing Port Scanner (with named ports)
92) Mouse Record / Play Automation (Macro Tool)
93) Internet / LAN Messenger Chat (Server + Client)
94) Timer Shutdown/Restart/Log Off/Hibernate/Suspend/ Control
95) Hash MD5 Checker
96) Port Connect - Listen tool
97) Internet MAC Address Scanner (Multiple IP)
98) Connection Manager / Monitor
99) Direct Peer Connecter (Send/Receive files + chat)
100) Force Application Termination (against Viruses and Spyware)
101) Easy and Fast Screenshot Maker (also Web Hex Color Picker)
102) COM Detect and Test
103) Create Virtual Drives
104) URL Encoder
105) WEP/WPA Key Generator
106) Sniffer.NET
107) File Shredder
108) Local Access Enumerater
109) Steganographer (Art of hiding secret data in pictures)
110) Subnet Calculater
111) Domain to IP (DNS)
112) Get SNMP Variables
113) Internet Explorer Password Revealer
114) Advanced Multi Port Scanner
115) Port Identification List (+port scanner)
116) Get Quick Net Info
117) Get Remote MAC Address
118) Share Add
119) Net Wanderer
120) WhoIs Console
121) Cookies Analyser
122) Hide Secret Data In Files
123) Packet Generator
124) Secure File Splitting
125) My File Protection (Password Protect Files, File Injections)
126) Dynamic Switch Port Mapper
127) Internet Logger (Log URL)
128) Get Whois Servers
129) File Split&Merge
130) Hide Drive
131) Extract E-mails from Documents
132) Net Tools Mini (Client/Server, Scan, ICMP, Net Statistics, Interactive, Raw Packets, DNS, Whois, ARP, Computer's IP, Wake On LAN)
133) Hook Spy
134) Software Uninstaller
135) Tweak & Clean XP
136) Steganographic Random Byte Encryption
137) NetTools Notepad (encrypt your sensitive data)
138) File Encrypter/Decrypter
139) Quick Proxy Server
140) Connection Redirector (HTTP, IRC, ... All protocols supported)
141) Local E-mail Extractor
142) Recursive E-mail Extractor
143) Outlook Express E-mail Extractor
144) Telnet Client
145) Fast Ip Catcher
146) Monitor Host IP
147) FreeMAC (MAC Address Editor)
148) QuickFTP Server (+user accounts support)
149) NetTools Macro Recorder/Player (Keybord and Mouse Hook)
150) Network Protocol Analyzer
151) Steganographic Tools (Picture, Sounds, ZIP Compression and Misc Methods)
152) WebMirror (Website Ripper)
153) Extra Tools (nmap console & win32 version)
154) ... and it just keeps going, and going ...

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Just use Universal Extractor

Just use Universal Extractor to extract the files from the setup.
You may need to copy the files from {sys} to {app} for systems that don't already have the files installed locally.
Also NetTools requires .NET so it can't be made completely portable without a 5,000$ license for thinstall.

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Well

It needs the .NET Framework so it will not be fully portable.
And... I dont trust the software od guys whose main projects include things like "Mailbomber".
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Net Tools 51) EXE-joiner

Net Tools Pardon

51) EXE-joiner (bind 2 files)
52) Encrypter
53) Advanced Encryption
54) File Difference Engine
55) File Comparasion
56) Mass File Renamer
57) Add Bytes to EXE
58) Variable Encryption
59) Simple File Encryption
60) ASCII to Binary (and Binary to ASCII)
61) Enigma
62) Password Unmasker
63) Credit Card Number Validate and Generate
67) Force Reboot
76) MX Query
78) API Spy
80) File Merger
83) Advanced System Locker
84) Advanced System Information
85) CPU Monitor
86) Windows Startup Manager
87) Process Checker
92) Mouse Record / Play Automation (Macro Tool)
94) Timer Shutdown/Restart/Log Off/Hibernate/Suspend/ Control
95) Hash MD5 Checker
100) Force Application Termination (against Viruses and Spyware)
101) Easy and Fast Screenshot Maker (also Web Hex Color Picker)
102) COM Detect and Test
103) Create Virtual Drives
105) WEP/WPA Key Generator
107) File Shredder
109) Steganographer (Art of hiding secret data in pictures)
113) Internet Explorer Password Revealer
122) Hide Secret Data In Files
124) Secure File Splitting
125) My File Protection (Password Protect Files, File Injections)
129) File Split&Merge
130) Hide Drive
133) Hook Spy
134) Software Uninstaller
135) Tweak & Clean XP
136) Steganographic Random Byte Encryption
137) NetTools Notepad (encrypt your sensitive data)
138) File Encrypter/Decrypter
149) NetTools Macro Recorder/Player (Keybord and Mouse Hook)
151) Steganographic Tools (Picture, Sounds, ZIP Compression and Misc Methods)
153) Extra Tools (nmap console & win32 version)
154) ... and it just keeps going, and going ...

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.NET...

...sucks.

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I also think so.

I also think so.

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Yep

It really does!

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You guys have never tried to

You guys have never tried to write a program using the windows api, have you?

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I did. And these were not

I did. And these were not only trials.
But I used NSIS for it only once...and I won't do it again.;->

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This program rules whether

This program rules whether you like it or not, it should at least be made to let people see what it can do...

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Portable Net

Just so everybody knows, I found a portable .net framework on sourceforge.

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SiteAdvisor

McAfee SiteAdvisor doesn't really like the page...

"In our tests, we found downloads on this site that some people consider adware, spyware or other potentially unwanted programs."

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In the future don't bump old

In the future don't bump old threads just to say your company's web filtering software won't let you see the page. No one cares.

Email a link to your home email and browse it from there.

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Next time I'd advise to

Next time I'd advise to please check into what exactly the reference is before you comment with a "No one cares".

It's a little more professional/intelligent to comment with something that actually fits and adds to the posted comment than posting some rude garblings, spouting from ignorant finger-tips.

Here, I'll even make it easy for you:
http://www.siteadvisor.com/

So... Now that you are hopefully a little better up to speed and see that it has nothing to do with my "companies web filtering software" you should be able to understand exactly why I posted that. If not just say so and I'll have my 9 yr old girl sign-on and explain it in "Are you smarter than a 5th grader?" terms.

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Ok, it's not web filtering software. Big deal.

The point is you bumped a 8 month old thread to post that Siteadvisor didn't like it. Like I said, no one cares. Bumping ancient threads with zero value added is frowned upon.

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Snide, snappy, rude comments

Snide, snappy, rude comments are also frowned upon....even if the act that brought said comment on is frowned upon as well.

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End of thread

Okay guys,

Let's just end this thread, ok?

Tim

Things have got to get better, they can't get worse, or can they?

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...

It should end with this, just because I hate when people share their work
(even if it's non-GPL) and get thanked with wrongful crap-ware accusations :


How does it modify my system?
In our tests, EXE Joiner (exejoiner.zip) did not make any changes to the system registry.
The following file system modifications were detected:
ADD c:\temp\unzip\Joiner.exe
ADD c:\temp\unzip\Patch.EXE
ADD c:\temp\unzip\Readme.txt
http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/users.pandora.be/ahmadi/downloads/5883275/

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Ahhh...

Ahhh...

Just wondering if you intentionally left out this one:
http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/users.pandora.be/ahmadi/downloads/5883241/

The full write up is here:
http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/users.pandora.be/ahmadi

The guy was trying to be helpful.
SiteAdvisor has some questions about some downloads at the site. He brought it to our attention. Give him a break please.

His only fault was reactivating an old thread; he felt harshly responded to; and I think he was.

Now, can't we all just get along.

Tim

Things have got to get better, they can't get worse, or can they?

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Thank you Tim. I've been

Thank you Tim.

I've been around different forums since 98-99 when they were still mainly mass emailings. So, I have a little grasp of etiquette and "the rules" even though I am new to a lot of the things being done here.

This started with me looking for a scanner that would test and snoop out any vulnerable points on this PC. I did a search and it gave me this thread. "Humm, cool set of tools. Let's go see. Ah S%!t, possible issues. Gonna have to look closer to see if I really want to download and use this."

That's all it was. I don't care if a thread on any forum is 1 minute or 5 years old, if there is a potential for harm and something can be said to warn others from blindly following the masses into maleware hell I should say so. And did.

The intention was nothing more than a gentle nudge, "Hey, be careful, check this out, make an informed decision." Hopefully I'm not the only one here that would do this.

And as far as reviving an old threads goes... Who cares. Any forum that has mucho activity and it's only a matter of a day or so before the thread is tumbling back down the list to the depths it belongs if it was that irrelevant of a posting. Or maybe it rekindles into a new conversation... New tools referenced; new thoughts provided.

and to a "new member" this is a "new thread". They are all new threads...

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how to easily make net tools 5 portable

this method is a little messy. first in the portable apps folder create one called net tools. now run the setup.exe for net tools 5 and change the install directory too the folder we created. open the platform and open net tools 5 by...ect.. and it should work

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