Date Added:Oct. 08, 2007
Downloads Last Week:1
Completely Jack All
All these people here posting about how safe this program is, lmfao this program contains the backdoor poison ivy, which is a backdoor specifically known for unknowingly someone the ability to completely control your pc without your consent, everything from adding/removing files from your system, also compromising your network as a whole. Use at your own risk, consider yourself warned.
Read the con
I've used this tool a lot for various different things. Just used it to block my internet to kick my sister off of Netflix so I could watch Netflix XD. Great tool and it's fun to mess around with all of the things it can do.
McAfee says "VIRUS! VIRUS! TROJAN! TROJAN! BACKDOOR!" and I have to click allow like 10 different times while net tools is installing. Even google chrome tries to block you from downloading this program because it is supposedly "Malicious." Anyway anyone who is worried about it being a virus, don't be. If your too scared then don't even bother worrying and just don't download it.
Overall just awesome, fun, and gets the job done!
Anyone using zone alarm or AVG should be shot because I do not consider free antivirus as reliable or trustworthy
There are many useful tools available most of which should
NEVER BE USED BY NORMAL PC USERS
The up-loader may have put a Trojan in it I haven't checked this particular download needs to be checked by a PC expert who can verify
I've been learning hacking for the past 2 years and I know in fact that the software itself doe's not have a Trojan, I know how to manually detect Trojans without an antivirus. However some of the tools may or not be able to create Trojans I haven't looked at all the tools yet also I downloaded from some where else and my copy is clean I checked myself and with my antivirus and found nothing anyway I would love to test if this software on this website does have a Trojan in it but that would just waste my time downloading it again so have fun and don't bully the up-loader too much he uploaded it for others to have the opportunity to download and if it does actually have a Trojan he probably downloaded it from some other dodgy site of course it would be pretty stupid for anyone to put a trojan with tools that hackers use??? wont other hackers notice and trace his IP address even if he uses a proxy or something there's still a big possibility that the proxy he uses can verify who he is if he is doing illegal activities
Have nothing to say
Got me in trouble with google search
First, during installation I was warned for threats by Microsoft Security Essentials. I read the reviews here that it may be false positive, so I give it a try. Last thing I remember before the program freeze is that I used the netpinger tool to ping google.com. After some time I was not able to search via google. I searched via Bing to find this article that explains the issue in details: http://techblog.willshouse.com/2011/06/30/our-systems-have-detected-unusual-traffic-from-your-computer-network/
No pro's for back door software.
It has more than three types of Trojans and at least one back door as reported by McAfee. Viruses can not be detected until you begin your install.
CNET should block this programmer from posting his information theft tools.
Reply by SynZero on February 9, 2013
It's not a virus. It "will" throw a LEGIT false positive on several AV's due to the functionality of some portions of the suite. I have personally used this for years and have yet to have any issue whatsoever.
Retards shouldn't be allowed to do anything with computers. I swear.
This a virus , this a virus a Trojan:Win32/Bumat!rts
I run the thing scan com Ports it is virus not tool.
it open a port to Remote address 188.8.131.52
Host Name makat shemesh 4. look it up
bad news bad news
Wide variety of network audit resources.
Reports a false positive on certain AV programs.
Really useful tools. The users who are voting low because of false positives probably don't need to be using this software in the first place.
Reply by Palmer640 on January 14, 2014
No. They aren't legitimizing trojans because that would imply that there are actual trojans. It's a false-positive. Just because your AVG free or Avast! av says that they are doesn't mean they are really viruses. They are FALSE positives.
Reply by Nventor on August 1, 2012
This is a fake user trying to legitimize the Trojans contained in this software. Check them out yourself
. This is a great program, I have used it for many years,
Even has a "Hacker Trap" option that tells you if someone you dont want is connected to your pc.
None that i know of.
ALOT OF PEOPLE think there is a virus, THERE IS NONE, This program "Acts" Like a "Virus" Becuase it scans your network and does various network things that a virus would do, It is simple a FALSE POSITIVE
NetTools 5 is a comprehensive piece of networking software. For Grayhats (like myself), Blackhats, and Whitehats alike, this software is a great choice.
everything, its a comprehensive set for anyone that has a bit of interest in computers.
The only problem would be that some people believe that there is a virus in this program. It isn't a virus, its a program that is similar to a trojan horse just because it allows you to control another computer. It isn't malicious at all and i would anyone reading this download IMMEDIATELY!
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|Publisher||Mohammad Ahmadi Bidakhvidi|
|Publisher web site||http://users.pandora.be/ahmadi|
|Release Date||October 08, 2007|
|Date Added||October 08, 2007|
|Operating Systems||Windows 3.x/95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista|
|Downloads Last Week||1|