Vivaldi is looking very good so far, Windows Mac and Linux:
It is possibly the only browser for 32-bit Linux which will do Netflix and other DRM’d video. To do this, you need the ffmpeg codecs package and also widevine. For Netflix, you also need to start it like this (use vivaldi-snapshot if that’s what you have):
vivaldi-stable --user-agent='Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/51.0.2704.79 Safari/537.36'
Vivaldi does not yet have built-in synchronization of bookmarks et cetera, but one can use the excellent EverSync to take good care of this, it also works amongst Firefox, Chrome, IE, Android, iOS, and even Windows phones.
Just saw this. Looks very good, though haven’t built one yet. If I ever move to a Docker-based platform, will probably use it!
This web tool:
will identify the company hosting a web site. Also gives the nameservers for the domain. Suggested by Lurie Austinser!
Looking rather interesting so far; it is very multiplatform:
Here are three methods:
This is required for “Safe Search” configurations.
After changes are made to domain contacts at GoDaddy, Wild West Domains, and subsidiaries, it will say something like:
Transfer locked until 4/8/2014: Contact information change
This is a 60-day automatic lock, and it can be overridden by an email from the registrant contact to firstname.lastname@example.org.