LastPass Password Manager is a free password management program that makes web browsing easier and more secure. It is available as a plugin for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, and Safari. Passwords in LastPass Password Manager are protected by a master password and are encrypted locally and are synchronized to any other browser. The program also has a form filler that automates password entering and form filling. The software also allows you to easily create a LastPass account and import your existing passwords. LastPass Password Manager also supports password generation, site sharing and site logging.
Category: Web Applications
Adobe® Flash® Player is the high-performance, lightweight, highly expressive application runtime that provides uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across browsers, mobile phones, devices and operating systems. Deliver more engaging user experiences with the Adobe® Flash® Player runtime through support for native 64-bit operating systems and browsers, accelerated graphics rendering, asynchronous bitmap decoding, high-resolution bitmap support, and more.
Adobe® AIR™, formerly code-named Apollo, is a cross-operating system runtime that allows developers use their existing web development skills in HTML, AJAX, Flash and Flex to build and deploy rich Internet applications to the desktop. Once installed Adobe AIR Applications complement browser-based web applications by providing additional reach and capabilities.
MariaDB. An enhanced, drop-in replacement for MySQL.
MariaDB strives to be the logical choice for database professionals looking for a robust, scalable, and reliable SQL server. To accomplish this, Monty Program works to hire the best and brightest developers in the industry, work closely and cooperatively with the larger community of users and developers in the true spirit of Free and open source software, and release software in a manner that balances predictability with reliability.
The world’s most popular open source database. MySQL is a Relational DataBase Management System (RDBMS) that runs as a server providing multi-user access to a number of databases. It is named after developer Michael Widenius’ daughter, My. The SQL phrase stands for Structured Query Language.
Joomla is an award-winning content management system (CMS), which enables you to build Web sites and powerful online applications. Many aspects, including its ease-of-use and extensibility, have made Joomla the most popular Web site software available. Best of all, Joomla is an open source solution that is freely available to everyone.
Adobe (formerly Macromedia) Shockwave Player is the web standard for powerful multimedia playback. Shockwave Player allows you to view interactive web content like games, business presentations, entertainment, and advertisements from your web browser. You can enjoy multimedia games, learning applications, streaming audio, interactive animation and product demonstrations on the Web, using exciting new 3D technology.
Silverlight enables companies to design, develop, and deliver powerful applications and experiences for the web. It’s a browser plug-in that works with Mac OS, Windows, Linux, and devices. Best of all, it’s free, only 4MBs, and installs in ten seconds.
Adobe PDF is the global standard for trusted distribution and viewing of information. Adobe Reader 11 is the only free software to allow you to more securely collaborate using PDF documents. Upgrade to free Reader 11 software today!
The most widely used Open Source forum solution.
Since its creation in 2000, phpBB™ has become the most widely used Open Source forum solution. Like its predecessors, phpBB™ 3.0 “Olympus” has an easy to use administration panel and a user friendly installation process, which allows you to have a forum set up in minutes.
With a large and highly customisable set of key features coupled with a standards compliant interface, phpBB™ will grow with, and compliment your website. With millions of installations worldwide, it is no wonder phpBB™ is one of the most popular ways to create and support a community.
Adobe® Digital Editions software offers an engaging way to view and manage eBooks and other digital publications. Use it to download and purchase digital content, which can be read both online and offline. Transfer copy-protected eBooks from your personal computer to other computers or devices. Organize your eBooks into a custom library and annotate pages. Digital Editions also supports industry-standard eBook formats, including PDF/A and EPUB.
The PHP developers have warned users not to upgrade to the latest stable branch release of the PHP scripting language due to a serious bug. In PHP 5.3.7, a security and maintenance update from last week, the crypt() function that is used to hash a string – typically a password – fails if an MD5 salt is given as an argument. In that case, instead of returning the hashed string, the function merely returns the salt itself.
While many of us were barbecuing and blowing things up, the WordPress folks were putting the finishing touches on WordPress 3.2. On July 4, the “faster and lighter,” WordPress 3.2 was released with some features well worth checking out.
If you’re not familiar with WordPress, it’s a GPL’ed project that has become one of the most popular personal publishing and CMS platforms on the Web. If you want to run a blog or many types of Web sites, it’s a go-to tool for rapid deployment and easy management. WordPress 3.2 follows WordPress 3.1 by only four months, a result of the project working on faster development cycles with fewer features per cycle. Seems to be a lot of that going around, and that’s a good thing.
The release, codenamed “Gershwin” after composer and pianist George Gershwin, is notable for admin feature updates, a new theme, and more. By the way — if you’re not up on the music of Gershwin, do yourself a favor and check him out while you’re reading.
Earlier on the 21st, the WordPress team noticed suspicious commits to several popular plugins (AddThis, WPtouch, and W3 Total Cache) containing cleverly disguised backdoors. We determined the commits were not from the authors, rolled them back, pushed updates to the plugins, and shut down access to the plugin repository while we looked for anything else unsavory.