29 April 2009 | 6,713 views

ScreenStamp! – Free Screenshot Tool With Timestamp

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What is ScreenStamp!

ScreenStamp! is basically a screen grabbing application for pen-testing and people working in forensics. The app will ask you for a location to save your screen shots to, along with a name that the program will number, allowing the user to concentrate on the job at hand as opposed to saving screen shots.

ScreenStamp! also time and date stamps the screen shot at the top right hand corner.

Where did the ScreenStamp! idea come from?

A bunch of students studying Ethical Hacking for Computer Security were carrying out an Information Gathering exercise the task of taking and saving screen shots with the clock opened and date showing was repetitive and tedious, so the group members decided that an application that would do this would be useful. After failing to find an existing application that fulfilled their needs they created one.

ScreenStamp! will not only be available to use on Windows operating systems but also Linux and Mac.

You can download ScreenStamp! here:

screenstamp_win_v1_8.zip
screenstamp_v.1.0.tar.gz

Or read more here.



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2 Responses to “ScreenStamp! – Free Screenshot Tool With Timestamp”

  1. ak77 29 April 2009 at 2:18 pm Permalink

    Typo!

    “the job at hand as a pose to saving ”

    the job at hand as [opposed] to saving

  2. V23 29 April 2009 at 5:11 pm Permalink

    I use Lightscreen instead.
    It’s the same but better. ;)
    Free 2