NZB Completion Checker released

A small (tiny!) update is released. More on the changes and some more info after the jump

First I would like to thank you for using NZB Completion Checker.

I hope you find the program usefull, and that it will save you both
time and money – as well as a lot of anger from those incomplete
downloads 🙂

I have invested a lot of time and effort into this program. I order for it
to move forward, I need more support from you – in the form of

You can donate though Paypal(press the About button within NZBcc) or you can download the support
app from Google Play. Scan the QR code with your android
phone, or purchase it straight from your browser by clicking on the image (will
redirect you to Google Play.)

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All donations will go the continued development of NZBcc. If enough
donations/purchases are received an Android version of NZBcc will
be developed. Those who have donated – gets it for free!

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And now for the small changelog:
* Fixed a few potential bugs in the SSL handling code

I need betatesters! I have an idea I would like to try out, but I need testers
to try it out. If you would like to sign-up for the test, leave a comment here
or use the bug-reporting page (again – inside the program on the about form).

The download link has been update!

10 Responses to “NZB Completion Checker released”

  • Robotix Says:

    For me, the most important function of this program is the “check” option that lets me check to see if an .NZB is password protected. That’s the one thing that really pisses me off, is to d/l all the files from an .NZB, only to find out that it’s been password protected. The reason I am writing you is because the “check” option seems to be broken. Every time I use it to check an .NZB to see if it’s password protected, I can an error message that says, “Index was outside the bounds of the array”. At first I thought it was just the nzb file I was checking, but then I checked a few more, then I did a test and checked 20 nzbs in a row, and ALL of them gave the same error. It was then that I figured that this must be a bug in the program. It would be GREAT if you could get that bug fixed and let me know when you do. Thanks is advance for any help you could give me!

  • Zoon Says:


    I’ll look into it after christmas! My wife will kill me if I spend time on it now 🙂

    btw, using the bugreport function within the software (go to the about screen!) is the preferred way of reporting bugs 🙂

    Merry christmas!

  • JonyV Says:

    Although SABNZBD now has a checking feature, I still find it useful to be able to check the completeness of a nzb manually sometimes so your program is very welcome, I used NZB download checker before but some features are missing so I hope you’ll go on improving your program.
    Here are some suggestions already :
    – Ask if it should be made the default program for nzb files during install
    – Use another color than red for incomplete files
    – Show in the tree which server has the files or doesn’t have them
    Then there are a couple of bugs I ran into but I’ll file those in the bug reports when I have time.
    I would be interested in testing the beta version (or is it alpha) as I saw the SSL feature should work better? (it doesn’t work for me on 3 different servers)
    Happy new year!

  • JonyV Says:

    Also, the graphs are nice but I’d rather have a clear number of how much blocks are missing and how much are available with the par2 files to know if the file is repairable.

  • Zoon Says:

    Hi! Sorry for the late reply 🙁

    There is only so much I can do with the installer – and that’s currently not possible 🙁

    I see your point with the red-color! Those who are colorblind could be hard pressed to see it. I’ll make a fix for that! I can also try and update the tree – though I think it already shows that information! On the final stats screen, in the lower left corner, it will show which servers were used during the check!

  • Zoon Says:

    Hmm… It already shows you some numbers below the charts – what do you specifically need?

  • akuiraz kupe Says:

    My update checker says you need beta testers… I would be happy to beta test and report any and all bugs. Just email me the details.

  • Zoon Says:


    I’m a bit busy right now, but I hope to release something soon! I’ll make sure to drop you an email when its ready 🙂

  • bogus Says:

    hi i get this when i try to use nzb checker Unexpected server response while authenticating: 400 Your host connection limit reached –
    can you help with this it works fine with astraweb as primary

  • Zoon Says:

    hmm… try setting your number of connections down a bit – to something like 5 and try again!

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