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  1. C:\> choco install superbenchmarker

    Package testing. See package page for more details. SuperBenchmarker 4.4.0


    Superbenchmarker is a load generator command-line tool for testing websites and HTTP APIs and meant to become Apache Benchmark (ab.exe) on steriod.

  2. C:\> choco install performancetest

    Package testing. See package page for more details. PassMark PerformanceTest (Install) 9.0.1022


    ![Screenshot of PerformanceTest]( Fast, easy to use, PC speed testing and benchmarking. PassMark PerformanceTest allows you to objectively benchmark a PC using a variety of different speed tests and compare the results to other computers. * Find out if your PC is performing at its best. * ... More information

  3. C:\> choco install hashcat

    Package testing. See package page for more details. Hashcat (Install) 4.0.1


    # Hashcat The world's fastest password cracker. Packaged directly from v4.0.1 binaries at Notice: As of version 4.0.0, Hashcat requires write privilege in the installed directory when running. Since this installer installs hashcat in the ProgramFiles directory, hashcat must always be run... More information

  4. C:\> choco install netio-gui

    Package testing. See package page for more details. NetIO-GUI (Install) 1.0.4


    ![Screenshot of NetIO-GUI]( NetIO-GUI is a Windows frontend for the multiplatform commandline utility 'netio'. It measures ICMP respond times and network transfer rates for different packet sizes and protocols. All results are stored in a SQLite database file and can ea... More information

  5. C:\> choco install netstress

    Package testing. See package page for more details. NetStress (Install) 2.0.9686


    In order to test and troubleshoot networks we need tools that allow us to generate network traffic and analyze the network's throughput performance. This is true for both wired and wireless networks. We focus strictly on 802.11 (WiFi) networks because analysis tools are relatively scarce or, when available, tend to be rather expensive and overly c... More information