The acronym NZB comes from NewZBin, the name of the company that developed this open standard. Basically, a NZB file contains all the necessary information about parts of a binary file on a newsgroup, making downloading of thousands of headers unnecessary. When fed to a compatible newsreader, this newsreader will automatically retrieve relevant messages only, and combine and decode the desired file. The user often needs to merely look for a file on an automated NZB indexer, download the corresponding NZB file and open it with the newsreader. All the rest is fully automated.
Binary content search engine. Allows creation of NZB files. Also features a watchlist, an RSS feed as well as a NFO database that can be searched, and supports SSL encryption to protect users' privacy.
Usenet search engine for articles from binary newsgroups. Includes a short lexicon.
Search engine that allows NZB file generation from usenet posts. Also features RSS feeds, advanced multicriteria search and personalization.
Searchable archive of Usenet binary content, also provides NFO and user created NZB files.
Usenet search engine with NZB file support. Provides RSS feeds for indexed newsgroups.
Binary newsgroup search engine. Allows creation of NZB files. An RSS feed that can be used as a watchlist is also available.