1. Delete items from address bar history
While it’s very handy to have your recently visited pages autocompleted as you type, it’s not always desirable. Go to the address bar (Ctrl-L), start typing an address, and the drop-down menu will appear with the URLs of pages you’ve visited. You can highlight and delete these at will, for maximum privacy.

2. Protect your PC from malware
You don’t have to visit the seedy side of the web to pick up a virus – even the best social networking sites regularly host all kinds of malware. But you can reduce the chance of infection by installing NoScript. This handy add-on blocks Javascript, Java, Flash and other executable content from running unless you explicitly allow it, and is a great way to keep yourself safe online.

3. Speedily search for images
Browse Google images and your results are split into blocks of 21. But use CoolIris and you’ll get all your results displayed on a 3D photo wall, a much faster and easier way to find the images you need. It only works with some sites, unfortunately, but as these include Google, Flickr, Picasa, Yahoo, Photobucket, Facebook and MySpace then you’ll still have plenty to browse. Especially as it searches and displays YouTube videos, too. Give it a try. More »

According to a message posted over the weekend on the Full-Disclosure mailing list, the latest version of Firefox,, contains a password management vulnerability that can allow malicious Web sites to steal user passwords. If you have JavaScript enabled and allow Firefox to remember your passwords, you are at risk from this flaw.

The Mozilla team fixed a similar flaw last November, one which did not require JavaScript. The heise Security Web site contains a demo/proof of concept of the vulnerability risk that you can use to determine your vulnerability. The original flaw was referred to as reverse cross-site scripting and was reportedly widely used on Myspace.com. More »

What You Will Need (Using only free tools!)
VideoDownloader Extension for Firefox
1) Download and install all of the free tools listed above.
2) Goto a site (such as Youtube, MySpace, GoogleVideo, iFilm, etc.
3) Search and find a video you would like to keep.
4) Click the VideoDownloader Button in the bottom right part of your Firefox Browser window. More »

I must admit that I have a MySpace profile. I use it to stay in touch with my friends and family and I heard something the other day about a MySpace tracking system. Do you know anything about that? If you have any information, please share it with us!

First, I want to say that I hope you’re enjoying your MySpace experience. I know there has been a lot of controversy in the past over this social networking Web site, but all in all, it is a really good way to stay in contact with old friends and relatives who may live far away, etc. More »

Here is a cool freeware application to download videos from YouTube and other version to download videos from MySpace.

You will enjoi it, if you want to make some collection of nice videos.
Download or batch download and convert Flash Video (FLV file) for FREE! Flash to AVI (divx, mp3). Flash to MOV (MAC). Flash to MP4 (IPOD, PSP). Flash to 3GP (Mobile). Flash to mp3. Converts FLV to MPEG4 more faster and losslessy than a typical transcoder, YouTube to iPod Converter. More »