Bit Chat

Technitium Bit Chat is a secure, peer-to-peer (p2p), open source instant messenger designed to provide end-to-end encryption. It can be used for messaging over the Internet as well as private LAN networks.

The software relies on strong cryptography using DHE-2048, ECDHE-256, RSA-4096 and AES-256 algorithms for encryption and authentication. The instant messenger is written c# and is currently available for Windows and Linux with Mono framework.

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MAC Address Changer

Technitium MAC Address Changer (TMAC) is a popular freeware utility to change or spoof MAC address of wired or wi-fi network adapters for Windows.

Apart from changing MAC address, you can use the feature rich software to completely configure your network adapter and also has presets feature to allow quick switching between multiple network configurations.

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DNS Server

Technitium DNS Server is an open source tool that can be used for self hosting a local DNS server for privacy & security or, used for experimentation/testing by software developers on their computer. It works out-of-the-box with no or minimal configuration and provides a user friendly web console accessible using any web browser.

It can be configured to use DNS-over-TLS or DNS-over-HTTPS forwarders, making all DNS queries private & secure for all your applications form being spied or hijacked.

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DNS Client

Technitium DNS Client is an online domain name lookup service to quickly query any name server including root servers.

You can query for commonly used DNS resource records and quickly query to the authorative name server by using built-in recursive querying capability.

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Technitium Blog

Technitium Blog covers news and information regarding Technitium Software and related support and feedback.

Software releases and updates are posted informing users about new features and changes. Users can get quick response to queries by writing comments.

Follow @technitium on Twitter to get updates.

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Get HTTPS For Free!

Technitium is hosting Windows Command Prompt version of Get HTTPS For Free project that allows website owners to manually generate Let's Encrypt SSL certificates for their websites.

To generate an SSL certificate, you will need to install OpenSSL on your computer and follow the verification steps using Windows Command Prompt.

The fork of the original project is available on  GitHub.

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