Chromium | Your fastest browser solution for Ubuntu


Firefox 5 has been a hassle these days.  Thank someone that has found a vulnerability in Firefox 4.0.1 now I have to upgrade and to my outcome, it lags terribly.  Only solution was to re-install but the same outcome over and over again did I encounter.  Luckily, there’s Chrome for Linux and it is Chromium!  You can do a quick “sudo apt-get install chromium” to install it.

Source: http://www.chromium.org/

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Upgrading from Firefox 3.6.10 to Firefox 4.0.1 in Ubuntu Maverick


Alright, getting a little bit cooked up from trying to install cookie managers in Firefox 3.6.10 has now gotten me into really bad shape.  I couldn’t possibly imagine the number of possibilities Karmetasploit could do and I must get it working!  Since the cookie managers in Firefox extension kept reporting messages like “you can’t install this extension on your version” and also “we have trouble downloading from the server”, my only option was either (1.) to run a VirtualBox executing Windows Firefox since the configuration was easier or (2.) install the latest Firefox!  Let us jump straight to the point!

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Decrypt Firefox 3.5 and 3.6 stored passwords in C | Source Code | Application


If you have already decrypted passwords for Firefox 1, 2 and 3 (if you need them, it’s here), here is the source code in C that helps you decrypt Firefox passwords for version 3.5 and 3.6!  This source code is written by ZeR0 from HackHound.org.  This source code is generally open source by the author but the terms of use is to give credits if you use it.

Download source code here (link removed).
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WLM / Firefox / No-IP / DynDNS Recovery in C | Source Code


As mentioned in one of my previous posts i will be releasing the function to retrieve passwords of WLM, Firefox, No-IP and DynDNS.

Download WLM Recovery source code.

Download Firefox Recovery source code.

Download No-IP Recovery source code.

Download DynDNS Recovery source code.

Merry Christmas


So what did you get for Christmas?  I’m sure everyone must have enjoyed theirs!  Here’s a quick note on what i intend to do for the next few hours, days,  …years.

I will be releasing released a source code that i have compiled for some time now which helps retrieve passwords that has lost for programs such as WLM, Firefox, No-IP and DynDNS.  The source codes are coded in C language so basically it’s just a header.  In order to use it you’ll just call the function like RetrieveWLM(“recovery.txt”);.  Look forward to lots more of source codes that will be released from my personal code vault.