DiamondCS console tools archive #
DiamondCS, makers of the fabled Process Guard and TDS, regrettably disappeared long ago. Here is an archive of their tiny command line tools for posterity, including:
- Internet & Network
- OpenPorts - The powerful OpenPorts reveals which processes are behind the TCP and UDP network ports on your system.
- EnumIPs - Displays all local IP addresses, including broadcast and net mask details.
- GetIP - Connects to the Internet to obtain your real Internet IP address.
- IP List - Enumerates network interfaces, showing all bound IP addresses, their broadcast addresses, and their netmasks
- ICMP Ping - Use ICMP Ping to determine if a machine is responding to standard requests.
- Resolve - Resolve an IP address to it's DNS address, and vice versa. Also performs a reverse-resolve.
- TraceRoute - TraceRoute uses specially-crafted ICMP Ping requests to trace a map of the computers between you and the target address. It is particularly useful to determine the ISP of the target.
- Whois - Display information about Internet domains
- SendMail - Send email (and even attach a file) using any SMTP server
- HTTPGet - Download files from HTTP/FTP servers from the command line
- CmdLine - Another of our more popular console tools, CmdLine is a one-of-a-kind that can actually reveal the commandline parameters of processes.
- DelayExec - DelayExec allows you to start programs in a pre-execution state of suspension, where the process is loaded but code isn't initially executed.
- Procs - Complete process control - listing (with full paths and process IDs), terminating, and module enumeration.
- Windows - Complete control over all parent and child windows, including listing and modification.
- CPUInfo - Displays a variety of information about your processor(s). Multi-CPU support, and detects serial number, speed, name, features and more.
- Adapters - Displays information about all network adapters. Details include MAC address, Description, IP addresses, DHCP info and more.
- Drivers - Lists all drivers on the system. Full image paths and base addresses are shown.
- MemDump - Also an MS-DOS-based tool, this allows you to view memory from 0000:0000 to FFFF:FFFF. For example, "memdump F000:FFF5, 8" will show your BIOS date - BIOS itself can be found at F000:0000.
- BIOSDump - An MS-DOS-based tool that allows you to view BIOS (and extensions which it scans for) and also save as files.
- ErrorDesc - If you've ever been frustrated by unhelpful error numbers like "Error #82 occurred" this tool can help. You simply give it the error number and it will query the operating system for a description about that error number. It also queries an internal database of over a thousand NTStatus error codes.
- User Info
- WhoAmI - Displays the current computer name, current user name, IP addresses, and Administrator status.
- IsAdmin - Displays the current user name and determines if the user has Administrator privileges.
- PWReveal - Allows you to see the passwords behind most PassChar-protected text\editboxes in memory (allowing you to see behind the "*****" fields). There is also a stay-resident option, and a patch option that can actually remove the PassChar protection from such password-protecting boxes on the fly.
- PassDump - PassDump is similar to (and based on) PWReveal, but with just one goal - PassDump simply dumps to the console the text from any PassChar-protected textboxes that it can find.
- File Tools
- FolderMon - A powerful monitoring program that allows you to see all (or specific) file activity in a folder & subfolders or even an entire drive.
- FindAll - A fast and powerful tool for searching the contents of files. Supports Unicode, case (in)sensitivity, subdirectory searching and more.
- StrDump - Scan a file for text strings - a quick, useful way to avoid sifting through 'junk' data.
- HexDump - Dump the contents of any file in traditional 'hex dump' format.
- MD5 - Quickly and easily calculate strong 128-bit checksums from strings and files.
- SHA-160 Hash - Calculates 160-bit checksums from files.
- AdjustCR - File conversion. Replaces UNIX-style line-feeds with Windows-style carriage-return & line-feed
- Date & Time
- CityTime - CityTime is the fastest and easiest way to check the time in another city. Over 200 major cities of the world are supported.
- UpTime - See how long your computer has been running, accurate to the second.
- DateDiff - Calculate the number of days between two dates - a common task finally made easy!
The above descriptions are quoted from Wayne's original announcements, the archived homepage, and the help text (for Whois). The descriptions are virtually verbatim, with only minor changes to categories. Sadly, Htm2Txt (mentioned in the second announcement) could not be located for inclusion in the archive.
/windows | May 21, 2013
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