OpenRCE Google Search - Firefox Addon - This Firefox add-on uses Google custom search for OpenRCE (google.openrce.org)
This search is a great place to look for things related to security & Reverse Engineering
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Amazon.com International Shipping Search - Firefox Addon Amazon.com International Shipping Search - Are you tired of Searching Amazon.com for Products which are eligible for international Shipping? This Firefox search plug-in will make your search quicker and fast, as it will show only products eligible for international Shipping
Search C Functions - Firefox Addon Search C functions in c.conclase.net. This search engine only searches functions within the programming language C, so that returns a Spanish page with the syntax, examples, library to which it belongs, so that function. If there is the desired function will return an error page
Personasizer - Firefox Addon Personasizer allows you to expose more of your persona's header image. Useful for personas that have text or an important part of their content cut off by the browser's navigation elements
Google SSL Search - Firefox Addon Use Google SSL Search (Encrypted Google Search) in Firefox search bar.
If it still jumps to local Google Search without SSL, just click the "Go to Google.com" at Google Homepage.
Or, visit google.com/ncr
Then use this Google SSL Search. It will work
Other Software by developer «sagar38»:
Offensive Security Exploit Database - Firefox Addon Offensive Security Exploit Database - Firefox Addon - This Firefox plugin lets you search on Offensive Security Exploit database.
What's New in This Release:
· Small fixes because offensive security site changed some parameter names
Python Programming Specific Search plugin - Firefox Addon Python Programming Specific Search plugin - Search the internet for results relevant to python programming. Because of the way this search works, you may get more results with more specific search terms. The term Python will automatically be included in your query