Cyotek WebCopy Upcoming Changes Copy websites locally for offline browsing
The following are changes currently implemented in development builds of Cyotek WebCopy. Please note that these changes are not final and may be removed prior to the next stable release. If you have any comments about these forthcoming changes, please contact us.
Nightly builds featuring these changes are available from the Downloads page.
- It is now possible to authenticate with a website using an embedded web browser prior to copying, allowing WebCopy to work with sites that have complex login procedures or multi-factor authentication [#333]
- When copying a website with an SSL certificate, if the Ignore certificate errors option is not set, WebCopy will now display a dialog asking what to do [#329]
- Added a new option to include the original extension when remapping files [#324]
- Added a new option to include the query string in local filenames [#267]
- Added new options for limiting downloads based on file size (minimum and maximum) and on the number of files downloaded
- Reinstated URI editor for URI Transforms
- HTML entities in attribute values were not decoded when scanning for links
- Local files no longer have their extensions changed if the URI extension doesn't match the first extension in the content type database, e.g.
.jpgfiles no longer get renamed to
The following changes are a sneak-peak of features that are currently being experimented with in separate branches from the core product. Due to this they are not available in nightly builds (and there is no guarantee they will be merged into the core branch).
- Crawl state persistence (pause, resume) [#165]
- Crawling now uses breadth first when prioritising enqueued items
Download current and archived versions of Cyotek WebCopyDownload
- Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista SP2
- Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6
- 20MB of available hard disk space