This addon provides you with an unique Content-Checker extension for
This addon allows you to see the number of detected e-mail, hash
codes, social security numbers from the U.S. and Sweden and other
Additionally, it displays a count of the MD5, MD5-bb3, MySQL5 and
MD5-Wordpress encryption hashes, IPv4 and IPv6 IP addresses, social
security numbers from the U.S. and Sweden and other data.
Available web content: The addon provides you with a list of
* E-Mail addresses
* IP addresses
* Hash codes
* Social security numbers
* Other numbers
Check all e-mail addresses on a webpage.
Check all IP addresses on a webpage.
Check all e-mail, IP and hash codes on a webpage.
Check all e-mail, IP and hash codes on a webpage.
These video clips will provide you with information about
video effects. You’ll learn how to duplicate the effects in After Effects and how to take them and apply them to other images. Finally, you’ll find out how to smooth skin effects.
This is a quick and easy introductory course to the field of video
effects. The videos will show you how to create a variety of video
effects, including how to create a vivid colorized video and create
compressed video with minimal file size.
The course is intended for video editors, compositors, developers,
teachers and students in any field of computer graphics. The course
materials are ideal for beginning or intermediate students.
Please Note: In order to have access to the course materials, you
will need to fill in the course form. The form can be found at the
end of the description box in the course details.
You will need a computer with the appropriate software, and you will
also need to have a broadband connection.
In the course, you will find out:
– How to gain access to the course materials
– How to download the free resource library
– How to create your own course materials
– How to get the course for free
This course is ideal for the following types of people:
– Beginners in video or graphic arts.
– Intermediate students who want to make a video for the first time.
Content Checker for Chrome is an extension for the popular browser that can scan the content of the currently visited webpage and return statistical data on the number of identified e-mail addresses, hash codes, social security numbers or credit card numbers.
If you don’t want to install it from the Chrome Web Store directly, the downloaded CRX file must be dragged and dropped within the ‘Extension’ area of the ‘Settings’ section. Once it is installed in Chrome, Content Checker adds a new icon at the end of the URL field, right next to the ‘Favorites’ icon.
Counts e-mail and IP addresses, encryption hashes and other data
The icon offers one-click access to the retrieved information, enabling you to view the content report within a small, popup window inside Chrome. Please note that this extension only generates a count for the aforementioned items, but it does not allow you to actually view the detected e-mail addresses or IP addresses, nor to extract them to your computer.
As such, you can view the number of e-mail addresses the webpage hosts, but you cannot save the list locally. Content Checker for Chrome displays a count of the MD5, MD5-bb3, MySQL5 and MD5-Wordpress encryption hashes, IPv4 and IPv6 IP addresses, social security numbers from the U.S. and Sweden, as well as Visa, Master, Amex and Discover cards.
Access via Chrome’s context menu
For your convenience, it adds a new item within the context menu of Chrome, enabling you to check a text selection only, view whois data or access the Google, Bing caches or the Wayback Internet archive.
Additionally, you can use it to instantly search for the opened URL in the Google cache or on Bing, as well as get whois information about the domain.
Get content reports on the visited page
Content Checker for Chrome can offer you a statistical report about the content of a visited webpage, but it does not allow you to extract e-mail addresses or other data, so you must find some other tool to help you in this matter.
Q: Is it free?
A: Yes, free. The extension is distributed in a self-extracting ZIP file without any limitations and restrictions of the user, and it cannot have any page access.
Q: What extensions does it support?
A: It supports all extensions that are compatible with Chrome’s API version, currently v34
An easy way to identify sites that may contain harmful content on the web!
Click the ‘Check Content’ button and Chrome will check your current website for potential threats. Your website information will be anonymously analysed.
Content Checker for Chrome allows you to view a quick report on the number of potential e-mail addresses, IPs, contact information, address, and so on found on your website.
A detailed report will also inform you on the type of potential security issues that occur with that website.
Content Checker for Chrome is a small, free extension that you can install in a matter of minutes!
You can also view a list of the websites you have checked (the information about the websites was retrieved from your hard disk and does not contain private information).
When you have installed the extension, you can click the button shown in the screenshot in order to check the content of the current page.
Your data will be reported within a pop-up window, which will show you a preview of the potential threats on your website.
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ContentChecker for Chrome is a simple tool that can identify the type of data that’s present on a webpage.
Content Checker for Chrome is an easy, safe and free way to check your website and protect your privacy.
Since browsers are not safe from malware and malicious software, private and classified data can be easily stolen from you.
Content Checker is a simple extension that can warn you if someone is trying to steal your personal information from your site.
With the simple installation of Content Checker for Chrome, you can protect yourself.
It’s easy to use an Content Checker for Chrome.
You can use the extension for free and check any website page you
Simple and visual Web content checker. Simply copy the URL of any page and the extension will scan it and present a variety of useful statistics in a visual and easy to use format. It helps you find out how many email addresses are contained in a website, how many are live and how many are dead and whois information to find who owns the website.
Content Checker for Chrome Features:
Generates a count of the number of email addresses, Facebook accounts, Twitter profiles and other URLs you found in a webpage
Can check the content of many webpages at once
Quick, easy and visual result that can be opened directly from the extension’s icon
Available for Chrome, IE8, IE9, Firefox, Safari and Opera
Content Checker for Chrome is free to use, but it also offers optional premium versions, such as a “Basic” or “Premium”. A Premium license enables you to check your content on unlimited websites.
If you decide to purchase a premium license, you can get to a list of all their available features, at the link below:
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Supported Windows OS:
Windows 7 / 8 / 10
Mac OS X / 10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9 / 10.10 / 10.11 / 10.12 / 10.13 / 10.14 / 10.15 / 10.16 / 10.17 / 10.18 / 10.19 / 10.20 / 10.21
Supported GPU (VRAM):
HTC Vive Pro
NVIDIA GTX 1060 or higher
AMD RX Vega 56 or higher
Other video cards / VRAM sizes: