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looking for old shareware program NetBoy

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi all,

I used a tool years ago and cannot find it anywhere now. It was called NetBoy Suite (WebBoy, PacketBoy, EtherBoy) by NDG Software. I have spent considerable time looking for a download with no success. All paths seem to go to a dead end.

Does anyone know where an old cached copy of this shareware might be?

thanks
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Download all zip files and extract them at same place (same folder) and resulting will be rar files and extract again to get your file

http://www.mmnt.net/db/0/0/ftp.seu.edu.cn/Pub/Network/Listener/NETBOY.SUITE.V3.0-ROR 

Enjoy
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Fantastic! thx
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