This is a few months old, but I didn't have a scanner handy back then... URL Snooper was mentioned in the Danish computer magazine "Alt Om Data" (Everything About Data) in #2/2008. My engrish transliterification of the snap goes as such:
This program is a clever little bastard. It's a so-called "packet sniffing" program. The program finds al lURLs to multimedia objects on a page, and if you want something else, you just choose the function "show all". You can filter your search with keywords and specify favorite URLs, so you can access them quickly. But what does this all mean? It means you can download just about any elements of the page you're visiting. You do need a third-party program for this, though, for example flashget which is our third reviewed programs this time.
(Yeah, that was horrible, but the Danish version wasn't exactly a good read either... the magazine has been going downhill for a while
PS: gotta love how they were too lazy to do a screenshot of their own, and just grabbed one from www.klitetools.com
, without posting any proper credits...