|Initial release||May 1998|
3.49-2 / 20 May 2017
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, GNU, GNU/Linux, FreeBSD and Android|
|Type||Offline browser and Web crawler|
|License||GNU General Public License Version 3|
HTTrack allows users to download World Wide Web sites from the Internet to a local computer. By default, HTTrack arranges the downloaded site by the original site's relative link-structure. The downloaded (or "mirrored") website can be browsed by opening a page of the site in a browser.
HTTrack can also update an existing mirrored site and resume interrupted downloads. HTTrack is configurable by options and by filters (include/exclude), and has an integrated help system. There is a basic command line version and two GUI versions (WinHTTrack and WebHTTrack); the former can be part of scripts and cron jobs.
- Credits: Greetings & authors
- Roche, Xavier (February 8, 2014). "Re: Full History of HTTrack". HTTrack Forum. Retrieved November 21, 2016.
The first release was in May 1998, but only as binaries.
- "Download HTTrack Website Copier 3.49-2 - HTTrack Website Copier - Free Software Offline Browser (GNU GPL)". HTTrack. Retrieved 20 May 2017.
- HTTrack on Google Play
- Engebretson, Patrick (2011). The Basics of Hacking and Penetration Testing. Elsevier. pp. 19–22. ISBN 9781597496568.
- Beaver, Kevin (2012). Hacking For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 278,280–281. ISBN 9781118380963.
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