Showing posts with label Browser. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Browser. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Microsoft Shows Why Chrome And Firefox Are Bad For Your Laptop’s Battery

Hello Friends,
Microsoft has released a new video to promote its Edge web browser. The video compares Edge with leading web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. The controlled environment battery test shows that Edge gives you up to 36%-53% extra battery life as compared to other alternatives.

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Friday, November 28, 2014

Crack Internet Download Manager (idm) Latest DEC 2014

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Our Dear users are facing a lot of problems installin IDM (Internet Download Manager). So this is just a tutorial and 100% tested and also the Latest Version Uploaded.

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Everyone knows Internet Download Manager is the best download manager & by using Internet Download Manager we can download youtube videos and many other web videos easily, fastly and the best thing about the Internet Download Manager is you can resume the pushed download link many time. But Internet Download Manager is premium software means its not free you can use it for a 30 days trial version and you have to buy the license. But I am using it without buying the license and if you want to use freely premium So follow the simple steps to crack your Internet Download manager.

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Monday, May 20, 2013

Mozilla Firefox Top 5 Extensions a Hacker Must Have>>>>>

Hi Friends Mozilla Firefox is a browser which is loved by security experts and hackers. Mozilla has more that 450 million world wide users and is written in majorly in c,c++,javacript, XSS, XBL. The reason why it is so popular amongst security expert's is because it is open source and has a number of extension's available which make work of penetration testing easier and faster.

1. HackBar: HackBar is like a toolbar but it comes very handy while testing for web vulnerabilities like SQL, XSS etc. Loading,Splitting and Execution of URL can be done using this toolbar. When testing for SQL and XSS vulnerabilities the codes/queries can be injected into the URL quickly using this toolbar.
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Monday, January 30, 2012

How To: Change Your Ip in less 1 min.

hi fnd,
I Have a new trick to change ur IP in less than 1 min..

just follow these steps..

1. Click on "Start" in the bottom left hand corner of screen
2. Click on "Run"
3. Type in "command" and hit ok

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Get rid of Windows Vista Administrative Password

 Method 1: System Restore
 This only works in cases where you changed your password to something new and then forgot it or deleted a user account by accident. In order for this to work, there must be a System Restore point at which a logon was successful for the problem account. Also, this is not a problem if you are in a domain environment because the Domain Administrator can always reset your password.
 1. The first thing you’ll need to do is make sure you have your Windows Vista DVD or a repair disc. Insert the disc and then restart the computer. When asked to “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD”, go ahead and press any key.
 2. Click Next until you get to the screen that has the option “Repair your computer”, select the operating system you want to repair and then click Next.
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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Opera + Tor - Private browsing ka BAAP..:)


OperaTor (Windows Only) is a small software bundle that combines the power of Opera and Tor to create totally anonymous browsing. Best part, it is portable so you can stick it on a thumb drive.
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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Stealing saved passwords from your friend's laptop

Just the trick you might be interested in. Not really a hacker's stuff, just follow the steps and you can do it without being hooked up in the middle of the process.
This trick works in all windows version up-to Windows Vista.  We basically use the autorun.inf file for this,
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How to Enable Right Click in Websites

You are probably sometimes tried to save images or copy the contents of the website site that forbid their use of the right-click. Most websites use javascript to prohibit the use of the right-click , so to enable it you should disable the javascript.
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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Browse Privately in Chrome Without Going Fully Incognito

Browse Privately in Chrome Without Going Fully Incognito 
Incognito mode in Chrome is great for private browsing sessions, but its annoying that it disables other things too, like cookies. Here's how to keep sites from being logged in your history in an otherwise normal Chrome session.
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New Add-Ons For Web-Browsers.......!!!!

Extend Search Engine Options In Firefox With Advanced Search

In some cases it is hard to get a correct result for a search even from Google. This generally happens when we search files related to any specific program like MS Word file. Advanced Search is a Firefox extension allow search engines to specifically search for certain program formats and websites so as to go for specific types.
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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Speed up Web Browsing in Linux



In modern computer systems, the biggest bottleneck of information tends to be in communicating with the hard disks. High seek times and relatively slow transmission rates when compared to RAM speeds can add up quickly. This was a necessary evil back when RAM space and costs were at a premium, but now it is not uncommon to see 4GB of RAM on laptops, and even 12GB on desktops.
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Google Chrome Theme for XP users

If you have used Google chrome and you liked the simplicity of it then here we have something similar for you. Simple but attractive look of Google Chrome is now available for Windows XP too. Checkout this screenshot.
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Faster Browsing With RAM Disks



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A coworker approached us today wondering if they could get a performance boost using Samsung’s newly announced 256GB SSD. Most of their work is done in browser, so we said “no”.
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Firefox CSS Hack: Change Navigation Icons



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Why settle for the standard home icon on your browser? If your home button brings you to hackaday.com, why not make the icon reflect that destination? This hack is quick and simple. We’ll take you through it using Firefox 3 and the default theme with standard sized icons.
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Custom Shortcuts From Firefox Address Bar



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We picked up a great Firefox bookmark tip from [Colin]. He wanted an easier way to look up bug numbers on the launchpad bug tracker.
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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Password Sync Feature Added to Google Chrome

 
Good news for Google Chrome users - the long-anticipated password syncing functionality has just popped up in the Developer version of the Google Chrome Web browser, which means similar support for users of the beta and stable versions of Chrome is likely to be just around the corner.
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Friday, January 28, 2011

Hey Facebook.ers.... & twitter..ers It's For You

Now you can set your facebook status and tweet's just by selecting text in your Firefox browser.

It is quite common that we come across several quotes or lines that we like them and also wish to share them either on Twitter or Facebook, but find it boring to cut, copy and paste the stuff. But not now. Statusus is a Mozilla Firefox extension that allows setting a Facebook status or Twitter's tweet by highlighting text from any website.



All you have to do is simply
  • Highlight and right-click the desired text.
  • And set your status via the Statusus option.
This eliminates the need to copy and paste text for setting a status. Another very important feature is that companies that disseminate information regarding new developments (e.g. in the technology sector) can also update their readers by immediately posting a URL or news regarding an important development. This Statusus option is of great use.
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Breaking the Web's Cookie Jar


The Firefox add-in Firesheep caused quite an uproar a few weeks ago, and justifiably so. Here's how it works:
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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Detect Naughty Pictures and Video with Nude.js

Nude.js 

No, Nude.js isn't a Node.js parody or alternative. In fact, I was kind of disappointed to discover that it wasn't. I've become that special sort of geek that would rather read about server side JavaScript than about nudity.
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Firefox Trick for super speed browsing!

Reduce the amount of RAM Firefox uses for it’s cache feature

Here’s how to do it:
1. Type “about:config” (no quotes) in the adress bar in the browser.
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