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MAC Address Scanner 6.0 – Scan and find MAC addresses across LAN networks

MAC Address Scanner 6.0 – Scan and find MAC addresses across LAN networks

MAC Address Scanner is a free desktop app that lets you scan and find the MAC Address of any device on your local network remotely. This application allows you to scan a single host or multiple hosts at the same time. And can display the current status of each host during scanning. Once done, you can generate an HTML-formatted thorough scan report. MAC Address Scanner can only retrieve the MAC address for computers within your subnet. As for the other subnets, it will only display the MAC address of the Gateway or Router. The program can assist Pentester in finding the active MAC address and using it to connect to that wireless network on certain secure Wi-Fi settings with MAC filtering enabled. Features of MAC Address Scanner Quickly search for the MAC addresses of all computers on the network. Scan one or more systems. Automatically detects your on-premises network IP address ranges Ability to stop the scanning process  Depictions of successful and unsuccessful hosts by color To quickly copy the MAC address, right-click the context menu and select Copy MAC Address. Save the scan report as an HTML document. Free and easy-to-use utility with a great graphical user interface It is completely portable and can be run on any Windows system.  Local installation and installation help How to use MAC Address Scanner After installation, run MAC Address Scanner on your machine. To search for one or more systems, select one or a network. Enter the hosts start and end IP addresses. It...

[Open With ++] Easy Ways to Create a Custom Context Menu in Windows File Explorer

[Open With ++] Easy Ways to Create a Custom Context Menu in Windows File Explorer

Open with ++ is a shell extension that makes it possible to add command-line-based custom menu items to the context menu of Windows File Explorer. Open With ++ is built on the traditional menu of Win32. In Windows 11, the traditional menu can be activated by modification of the registry. With Open With ++, you can create custom menus on the Context Menu of File Explorer. You can add a custom menu for each file type and assign an app to open that file type. Features of Open With ++ Added a new command to Open With ++.Delete the selected a command from the Open With ++ menu.Allows specifying custom settings folders and macros that can be used in the File Type property.Show menu only when the selected files and folders match the expressions of regular expressions.Specifies whether a menu is created at the top level or as a sub-menu.Specifies that the menu command is displayed when a folder or background folder is selected.Menu items are visible only if the Control key is pressed.Specifies that the command is executed with higher privileges. When disabled, commands can still be executed with higher privileges by holding down the Shift key while selecting a menu command.Run the process with a hidden window. Useful for hiding terminal tools such as PowerShell. System Requirements Windows 7 x64 or higher.NET Framework 4.8 x64Visual C++ 2019 Redistributable x64. Download Open With ++ v4.0

How to switch to Classic Context Menu Windows 11

How to switch to Classic Context Menu Windows 11

Windows 11 comes with many design changes and improvements. One of the changes in Windows 11 is the context menu or right-click which is easier to read than Windows 10. The context menu in Windows 11 is equipped with icons for basic actions, such as copy, paste, rename and delete. In Windows 11 many options from the context menu are hidden in the “Show More Options" button. Basically, the button will display the classic context menu like in Windows 10. For those of you who are not familiar with the appearance of the Windows 11 context menu, you can change the appearance of the context menu as in Windows 10. To change the context menu into a classic context menu you can do it through the Windows registry. Steps to change Windows 11 context menu to classic context menu 1. Open “Registry Editor”. To open the Registry Editor, you can do it by typing "registry editor" in the Windows 11 search menu. 2. Navigate to “Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\CLSID” 3. Create a registry key with the name {86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2} To do this, right-click on the right side of the Registry Editor window and select " New > Key ". Then rename it to {86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}. 4. Create a new key named “ InprocServer32 ” under {86ca1aa0-34aa-4e8b-a509-50c905bae2a2}. 5. Set the default value to blank. Change the "Default" value by right-clicking and selecting "modify" and in the edit window that appears set "Value data" to blank. Pay attention to the data...