Yahoo Archive Decoder
is a small application for decoding conversations saved in Yahoo messenger’s Profiles folder. According to the developer, the idea behind developing this spying application was to allow parents who want to keep a constant check on their kids conversations and messages. Decoding private conversations can be done without requiring any sort of user credentials or login information as long as the DAT file in the profile folder is available and not encrypted with any other third-party encryption tool.
is a small utility built to conceal all sort of files into an image file. As the name suggests, it actually hallucinate users by camouflaging the file format. You can disguise any file of any format into an image file leaving others to consider it as a mere image. Furthermore, encoding algorithm is quite efficient in terms of keeping image quality same as before encoding. It also comes with a decoder to easily extract embedded file out of image.
There are many services out there that let you shorten the URLs. Instead of sharing long URLs, you can share the shorter version. This comes really handy if you share links frequently on Twitter, FriendFeed, etc, but otherwise it can be quite a headache. With short URLs, you never know where the link might take you.
TinyURL Decoder is a GreaseMonkey script for Firefox that decodes the shortened URLs and shows the original URL instead. Don’t get confused by the name of the script, apart from decoding Tinyurl links it also decodes URLs from almost all other link shortner services. The complete list can be found on the developer’s script homepage.