They’ve Hacked The Internets

Well, it looks like the MD5 hashing algorithm is falling with a big thud. A research group recently attacked the MD5 algorithm using 200 PlayStation 3 systems and were able to construct a bogus Certificate Authority that looks like a known trusted CA. What does this mean? Well, it could mean lost revenue for online …

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Google Chrome Browser – First Impressions

Last night I downloaded and installed Google Chrome, Google’s latest creation, an internet web browser. At first I wasn’t really all that interested as I’m quite infatuated with FireFox 3, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt to check it out. When you first open up Google Chrome, you get a very sleek and minimalist interface …

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Firefox 3 T-Shirt Design Contest

Do you have mad ninja designing skillz? Do you love the Firefox web browser (who doesn’t)? Well, now is your chance to win some cool cash and prizes plus worldwide recognition! The Mozilla Store is hosting a T-Shirt Design Contest for the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Firefox 3 browser. If chosen, your design …

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Google Version 2.0: Googzilla – The Calculating Predator

Google Version 2.0: Googzilla – The Calculating Predator — Google’s database inventions by themselves, according to Stephen E. Arnold, who has written a patent-centric study of the company, show that Google’s research unit has superseded Bell Labs and Xerox PARC as the place for technical innovation in the U.S., if not the world. The new …

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View Source Chart – A Firefox Extension

A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article titled Instant Source – Hacking Websites The Easy Way. It covered the Internet Explorer extension Instant Source, which allowed a much more informative view source functionality. I really liked this extension BUT being an IE only program I set out to find a Firefox alternative. View …

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How Can I Access My Home PC Remotely?

Mashable.com has the answer! There are lots of reasons why you’d want to access your PC remotely, and luckily there are also plenty of ways to do so. Crossloop is one of the simplest (it’s also free), but for those willing to venture further, you’ve got lots of options. Excuse us while we get technical …

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400+ Million Firefox Downloads

According to the Spread Firefox site they have now reached 400 million downloads of the Firefox web browser. I personally cannot use a computer without Firefox installed. It is in my humble opinion far superior to it’s counterparts, especially Internet Explorer. I even have a U3 version installed on my thumb drive so that I …

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Mashable List of 5000+ Resources To Do Just About Anything Online

Mashable.com publishes some of the coolest lists online for getting stuff done on the web. I’ve linked to them many times in the past. Well apparently many people love their lists and have been demanding for a consolidated list. So they complied and have published a list of lists for all of their online resources. …

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