Wayback Machine

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The Wayback Machine is a powerful search and discovery tool for use with collections of Web site "snapshots" collected through Web harvesting, usually with Heritrix (ARC or WARC files).
Homepage:http://netpreserve.org/open-wayback
License:GNU Lesser General Public License 2.1
Platforms:Platform independent. Tomcat, an Apache.org Java-based Web server, is the only server under which Wayback has been tested and is known to work. There may be others, but they have not been tested nor are they supported.


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The Wayback Machine is a powerful search and discovery tool for use with collections of Web site "snapshots" collected through Web harvesting, usually with Heritrix (ARC or WARC files). Developed by Internet Archive. Written in Java.

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Thorsted (9.4%), Andy Tester (4.0%), Andy Jackson (16.9%), Prwheatley (4.5%), COPTR Bot (65.2%)