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Monday, May 21, 2007

Grabber 1.4.8: A Rapidshare Downloading Tool

Grabber is a tool that we have heard much about, but unfortunate changes at Rapidshare caused it to cease to work several months ago so we couldn't test it out before now. Version 1.4.8 has been released recently, and Grabber can once again ease the pain of downloading Rapidshare files.

To use it, all you need to do is paste in the Rapidshare URL of the file you want to download, click Grab, enter the letters and numbers in the CAPTCHA, and hit Download. You can also specify a proxy to use.

This version of Grabber also comes with a tool to automatically renew IP addresses for DSL users. We have previously covered a manual way of flushing and renewing IP addresses to bypass download limits.

Of course, you can also use RapidLeecher and USDownloader for downloading files from Rapidshare and other file hosting services.

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