d3coder

d3coder

Encoding/Decoding Plugin for various types of encoding like base64, rot13 or unix timestamp conversion

What is d3coder?
"D3coder" is an Edge add-on designed to make encoding and decoding various types of data simpler and faster. It provides functionalities like Unix Timestamp, base64, rot13, HTML entity, and several other conversion types right in your context menu. With version 1.3.0, you can also use the in-clipboard-conversion feature. Moreover, customization options are available through the option's page, allowing you to tailor the extension according to your needs.
Stats
Rating: 4.50 (2)
Version: 5.1.1 (Last updated: 2022-10-22)
Creation date: 2020-06-18
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 3
Permissions:
  • contextMenus
  • clipboardWrite
  • storage
  • scripting
  • activeTab
Size: 996.00K
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Summary

Encoding/Decoding Plugin for various types of encoding like base64, rot13 or unix timestamp conversion This extension enables you to encode and decode selected text via the context menu. This reduces the time you spend on looking up values and gives you more time to concentrate on the important things of development.

Version 1.3.0 introduced a new in-clipboard-conversion which will allow you to copy text into your clipboard and select a conversion from the menu(when no text is selected). After the conversion the new text ist pasted back into your clipboard.

The context menu this extension enables is customizable through the options page. To get there either click on the item or go to Wrench -> Tools -> Extensions -> d3coder options.

Via the popup you are able to choose between 5 message types: alert the result, display the result via native HTML5 notifications, inject a DIV-element to the pages bottomm, via console.log() or replacing the selected text on the page.

You can also deactivate functions( e.g. if you don't need and want to free the space they use).

The current version has implemented the following en-/decoding functions:

  • Unix Timestamp
  • rot13
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User reviews
good tools, but why it needs "Read your browsing history" ?
by jy, 2021-10-27
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Safety
Risk impact

d3coder is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

d3coder has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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