The Twitter Blog reported last week that people are receiving emails which contain links to a phishing site asking you to enter your login details. I decided to check it out today and was surpised to see that the entire twitter interface has been converted to that of Facebook, which means that they are now getting ready for a Facebook phishing scam! Good news is that Internet Explorer (with Website Checking Enabled), Firefox 3 (Firefox 2 did not block the site) and Google Chrome all display big warnings.
A Firefox user? Are you still running the default theme or have you decked your browser this season? Here are a three themes to make your Firefox browser all ready for the Christmas season.
When Google Chrome launched, everyone jumped to embrace the new browser. Unfortunately, each Google Chrome installation contains a unique ID that allowing identifying its user. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like anyone or anything tracking my usage, especially not a company as powerful as Google.
Opera 10 Alpha has been released with brand new features that’s made is faster, better and well as usual ready to capture its share back! Presto 2.2 Engine Performance boost 100/100 and pixel-perfect on the Acid3 test Auto-update Inline spelling checker Opera Mail improvements, including rich text composition and delete after X days Widget Improvements on Linux Opera 10.
Total Validator is a free one-stop all-in-one validator comprising a HTML validator, an accessibility validator, a spelling validator, a broken links validator, and the ability to take screenshots with different browsers to see what your web pages really look like. You can select what validations you wish to run as well as which browser screenshot you wish to see and Total Validator will bring you a custom report on the errors. You also even more advanced settings, upload a page or cut & paste the HTML directly.
Using too many plugins in Firefox will make an already resource hungry Firefox to get hungrier. I make sure that I keep the add-ons down to a minimum. However, there are a few plugins I just need to have installed in my browser!
Logged into Orkut today and found this beautiful message on my homepage. Seems like Google is going all out in making Chrome a maximum used browser. We’ve really seen the way Google promotes its products, especially on the homepage itself.
One thing that all of us depend on in Firefox is the ability to install extensions that make the browser more userfriendly. After careful choosing, I tried to restrict the number of addons I use to sixteen. If I uninstall Firefox, or if I have to install it on another computer, my job begins fresh of reinstalling all these addons.