Portable HTTrack Website Copier 3.47-11 (x86/x64)

Portable HTTrack Website Copier 3.47-11 (x86/x64)

Portable HTTrack Website Copier 3.47-11 (x86/x64) | 4.0/5.0 Mb

It allows you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to a local directory, building recursively all directories, getting HTML, images, and other files from the server to your computer. HTTrack arranges the original site's relative link-structure. Simply open a page of the "mirrored" website in your browser, and you can browse the site from link to link, as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site, and resume interrupted downloads. HTTrack is fully configurable, and has an integrated help system.

• Versions available for Windows, Linux, Sun Solaris, and other Unix systems
• Multilingual Windows and Linux/Unix interface
• Free Software (GPL) (open source code given)
• User-selectable recursion levels
• Quickly updates downloaded sites and resumes interrupted downloads
• Filter by file type, link location, structure depth, file size, site size, accepted or refused sites or filename
• Timeout and minimum transfer rate manager to abandon slowest sites
• Wizard to specify which links must be loaded
• Multiple-connection mode (default: 4 connections) maximizes download speed
• HTTP compression (gzip..)
• Proxy support to maximize speed, with optional authentication
• Reget (resume) for partially transfered files (HTTP/1.1)
• File names with original structure kept or splitted mode, dos 8-3 filenames option and user-defined structure
• Automatic switch for "Moved" errors
• HTML parsing and tag analysis, including javascript code/embedded HTML code
• Basic java and Flash parsing
• Integrated DNS cache
• Native https and ipv6 support
• Native mms:// media streaming capture support
• Optional log file with error-log and comments-log
• User-specified paths for mirror and log files
• Works as a command-line program, or through a shell for both private or professionnal use

Changes in HTTrack Website Copier 3.47-11 (04/05/2013):
+ Fixed: random closing of files/sockets, leading to “zip_zipWriteInFileInZip_failed” assertion, “bogus state” messages, or random garbage in downloaded files
+ Fixed: libssl.dylib is now in the search list for libssl on OSX (Nils Breunese)
+ Fixed: bogus charset because the meta http-equiv tag is placed too far in the html page
+ Fixed: incorrect \\machine\dir structure build on Windows (TomZ)
+ Fixed: do not force a file to have an extension unless it has a known type (such as html), or a possibly known type (if delayed checks are disabled)
+ Fixed: HTML 5 addition regarding “poster” attribute for the “video” tag (Jason Ronallo)
+ Fixed: memory leaks in proxytrack.c (Eric Searcy)
+ Fixed: correctly set the Z flag in hts-cache/new.txt file (Peter)
+ Fixed: parallel patch, typo regarding ICONV_LIBS (Sebastian Pipping)
+ Fixed: memory leak in hashtable, that may lead to excessive memory consumption
+ Fixed: on Windows, fixed possible DLL local injection (CVE-2010-5252)
+ Fixed: UTF-8 conversion bug on Linux that may lead to buggy filenames
+ Fixed: zero-length files not being properly handled (not saved on disk, not updated) (lugusto)
+ Fixed: serious bug that may lead to download several times the same file, and “Unexpected 412/416 error” errors


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Comments (4)
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    madedu 4 May 2013 #


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    tree9 4 May 2013 #

    Wow,That's a long-time waited..
    Thank you

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    pjem 4 May 2013 #

    tHx for this great app...and UI
    greetz from germany

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    bookish 4 May 2013 #

    Thank U

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