I was just going through my Google Reader starred items and found these gems that I wanted to share with you. Enjoy!
- Caution: Online MD5 Cracker Tool – Ryan of CybetNet News
MD5 is a popular encoding used widely for encrypting passwords. It is scary to find out that these MD5 encryptions could be hacked. Find out how safe your passwords are.
- Flickr upload tool turns 3.0, goes open-source – Stephen at Webware
Flickr upload tool is a favorite of many Flickr users and it has gone open source with version 3.0. At the same time, Flickr Pro users can now see statistics about who views their pictures. If you get DSL through Yahoo/AT&T, you’ll get it for free too.
- The ‘TakeTV’ Video Player – RT at UnTwisted Vortex
RT tells you about this tiny USB drive looking TV player. Read on if you’d like TV on the go.
- Easiest way to type accents – Martin at gHacks
If you type a lot of accent characters in your writing, you have to check out this free utility which would make your life much easier.
- Top 10 New and Improved Apps of 2007 – Gina at Lifehacker
I love this list of top 10 apps of 2007 which lists a lot of my favorite apps. I am not a Mac user so my number would be something else. Oops did I spoil your surprise?
- PuTTY Tray – Can PuTTY Get Any Snazzier? – My post at Techie Buzz
If you are a Linux user or even if you just use PuTTY to connect to web host, check this neat improvemnt to PuTTY.
Hope you liked these links and I’ll see you tomorrow!
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