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Want to search the Internet?
Try searching it through GOOGLE which is one of the most powerful search engines, if not the most powerful.
Passwords Haven’t Disappeared Yet
123456. Qwerty. Iloveyou. No, these are not exercises for people who are brand new to typing. Shockingly, they are among the most common passwords that end users choose in 2021. Research has found that the average business user must manually type out, or copy/paste, the credentials to 154 websites per month. We repeatedly got one question that surprised us: “Why would I ever trust a third party with control of my network?
Want to search Microsoft Related sites?
Besides using the Microsoft Knowledge Base and Support page you can use these cool tools:
You can search Microsoft related sites with this special customized search engine by GOOGLE.
You could also try MSN search. The best feature with this search engine is that it can search the Microsoft Knowledge base for keywords and KB articles.
Anyway, you should go to my Search Tips page for useful information about the Microsoft Knowledge Base search engine, and for some other search engines that can help you find what you’re looking for.
Are you looking for a specific book?
Amazon has a very good reference engine that can help you find related topics, authors, content and virtually any cross-reference you can imagine. Try this online search feature:
I would like to hear your opinion of any valuable books that you feel should be posted here. Please let me know and I will gladly add them to my site.
Want to see the other side?
Try ASTALAVISTA’s search engine. It is a nice and clean portal to the underworld of hacking and cracking.
Tip: Never never never download anything from CRACKS.AM unless you want to cry…
Want to translate some text into your preferred language?
Try ALTAVISTA’s “Babel Fish” translator engine. Although it may return some funny results (as seen on the FAQ page), it’s still a useful tool when you need to know the meaning of a short phrase or a few words.
Looking for a specific RFC?
Use RFC-Editor.org for the best “Request For Comments” search capabilities.
|Search for : All Fields Number Title Author Keywords Results Per Page: 25 50 75 100 250 All RFC File: ASCII+ All PDF||Search : All RFC STD BCP FYI Match : Prefix Entire Word Show Abstract: On Off Show Keywords: On Off Result Order : Descending Ascending RFC Contents Via: FTP HTTP|
Looking for a TCP/IP port used by a Trojan?
Enter your information below. A port number, such as 80 in the port field, will display all services, Trojans and viruses that are known to use this port. Type sub in the ‘Data to Search For’ field, and all the services, Trojans and viruses with sub in their name will be displayed.
Want to query the Ripe Whois Database?
Enter the IP address you want to search for in the box below.