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Author Topic: Did you know: URL Snooper can search your files and folders for urls?  (Read 4317 times)


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The main purpose of URL Snooper is to sniff network traffic and extract URLs on the fly -- that's what makes the program special.

But did you know that URL Snooper also has a built in file/folder searching function?

Just drag and drop a file onto the URL Snooper window, and the program will scan it for urls -- doesn't matter if it's a binary or text file.

Drop a folder onto the URL Snooper window and it will recursively scan all files in all subfolders.

Now you know.  :huh:

ps. don't forget that you can use the protocol and keyword filters to limit results to those matching some criteria. and that by default URL Snooper only shows multimedia URLs, so if you want to show ALL urls, switch to advanced mode choose to view all url protocols.
« Last Edit: June 25, 2008, 10:19:59 PM by mouser »


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yes, mouser. now we know! ;D ;D ;D


P.S. Select 'Advanced Mode' from the 'File' menu and choose 'Show All' from the 'Protocol Filter'.


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Re: Did you know: URL Snooper can search your files and folders for urls?
« Reply #2 on: August 19, 2008, 09:03:45 PM »
That's cool, I can just drop my Opera Cache folder there  :)
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