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I've seen it done before.. but I have no clue how to do it.

I'm looking for a program that will basically copy an entire site's contents onto my hard-drive. Basically I want to rip files off of a site.

Any easy, hopefully free, programs to help me do this?
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Basically I want to rip files off of a site.

;) :tazz:

You want to steal another site's content?
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No.

I'm allowed to download the content, it's out there for everybody.

There's just alot of it and I want to figure out a way to download it faster, rather than individually downloading each file.
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Save the whole entire webpage?

File -> Save As
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No..

I want a program that will rip all the media files off of a site.

I know these programs are completely legal, I just don't know where to find them.
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I don't know how it could possibly do that..is there such programs?
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I've seen people do it..
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Yes you can do it, but becuase we can't know your intentions, and it's easily abused, you won't find how to do it here. Topic closed.
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