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== Description ==
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Xenu's Link Sleuth checks the hyperlinks of websites. Originally intended as a tool to find broken links for webmasters, the output can be used to guide a crawler in web archiving. The tool is written by Tilman Hausherr and is proprietary software available at no charge.
Screenshot of Xenu's Link Sleuth checking the COPTR pages
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