Classic hex editor for developers with no file size limit. Offers unlimited undo/redo, find and replace, history browsing, as well as multiple selection. Versions available include standard, professional and ultimate.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) browser for reading and searching through any LDAP or X.500 directory with an LDAP interface. Handles all the standard operations such as insert, delete, copy and edit, as well as more complex operations such as copying and deleting entire directory trees.
Helps in the forensic examination of computers (for criminal justice purposes) by copying data media, creating disk images and finding deleted files. Has a range of selective options for saving, hiding and filtering data to safeguard and evaluate evidence. Supports FAT, NTFS, EXT2/3/4, CDFS and UDF formats.
Creates Windows-based, bootable live CDs, DVDs or USB flash media that can, for example, be used as emergency media to start vital system programs directly if your system crashes. Packs numerous important utilities onto the data medium, such as the ones used to restore data, partition the hard disk or permanently delete data. Fast and secure download from The H
Creates image files of potentially damaged hard disk partitions in order to repair the corrupted file system and prevent loss of data. Written in Seed7 combining the functionality of dd_rescue and dd_rhelp.
Prints directory lists or tree structures of all the directories on the hard disk or in the network. Can be integrated into the Windows Explorer context menu so it can be started by clicking the right-hand mouse button. Fast and secure download from The H
Tool for burning data, audio and video CDs and DVDs in KDE environments. Divided into three areas: Projects (burning or copying); Tools (selecting CD information or deleting rewritable blanks); and, Automatic actions (displaying CD contents or ripping audio CDs). Has CDDB support for fetching song information.
Aims to repair damaged directories and other damaged items found on the hard drive, not by repairing the damaged directory itself, but by creating a new directory using all of the data found in the damaged directory.