Pinkie v1.85

Pinkie v1.85 was the next major and stable release. It didn’t get another update for about a year and a half later.

  • Added keyboard shortcuts
  • Added support for 64 bit computers
  • Added implementation of RFC 1350 (TFTP Protocol)
  • Added implementation of RFC 1783 (Block Size Negotiation)
  • Added implementation of RFC 1784 (Timeout & Transfer Size Negotiations)
  • Added logging options to include timestamp, packet sequence number and file extention
  • Added icon to indicate host being pinged
  • Added Labels to hostnames
  • Added /notation to subnet mask
  • Added ability to copy PingSweep result to clipboard
  • Added label to show default ports for PortScanner
  • Updated various default setting values and validations
  • Bug fixes for DNS results copy to clipboard
  • Bug fixes for logging ping & trace results to disk
  • Miscellaneous UI bug fixes
About Brian Dao

I am a former United States Paratrooper; served in the 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division back in the 90's. I've been working in the IT field for over 10 years and have had various positions to include database & server administration, web/desktop application programming and network admin. My current job is to keep the bits from falling out of the switches at Hewlett Packard. Pinkie is a software that I designed and programmed in the wee hours. It's been in the works for over three years during which time, plenty of skittles and cokes have been consumed.

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