Winamp Toolbar for Firefox

Winamp Toolbar for Firefox



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  • Toolbar view
  • Options
  • Full View
  • Plug-ins
  • New IM
  • Media
  • general view

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srikanth ad Senior editor

Winamp 5.5 includes a unique feature: the Winamp Toolbar. For Firefox users, this toolbar comes very handy as you can control your music playback right from your browser. Also, it enables users to access easily.

Winamp Toolbar integrates with the browser and gives the comfort of controlling your music from within the browser itself.
You can easily search for new skins and plug-ins while listening to your favorite music and watching videos. Those who enjoy listening to radio can play thousands of SHOUTcast radio stations. In addition, you can get access to free music and videos. The AOL search engine provides the new searching capability to access the Web and search anything related to music and videos.

Using this toolbar, you can sign in to AIM and check your inbox and chat with friends straight away. It has standard controls for play, pause, stop rewind, fast-forward and mute. Now you can even add your favorite links to the gallery. This multipurpose toolbar enhances Firefox and lets users control their music from the browser.


  • Browse the Web while listening to music.
  • Access to AIM
  • Play SHOUT cast radio
  • Controls to play, pause etc. right in your browser.


  • Toolbar is locked

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    Borislav 4 years ago

    The pause and stop buttons don't work. I'm with Mozilla Firefox 14.0.1.

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    Guest 6 years ago

    CVVs, CVV2s, CVCs, and Indent CVCs are 3-digit Card Verification
    Values or Card Verification Codes that are all calculated using the
    same CVV algorithm. These values are required by payment systems
    such as Visa and MasterCard to authenticate their credit or debit
    cards. Different names are used to refer to the values depending
    on the particular payment system, the location of the value on the
    card, and the parameters passed to the CVV algorithm.
    To calculate a 3-digit CVV, the CVV algorithm requires a Primary
    Account Number (PAN), a 4-digit Expiration Date, a 3-digit Service Code, and a pair of DES keys (CVKs).
    Besides the obvious CVV variations provided by different PANs and
    expiration dates, most card issuers will use different CVKs for
    different batches of cards. Cards can be grouped by bank, by ATM
    network, or by other means of identifying a certain group of cards.
    Cards in the same batch will often use the same service code. This
    service code to the CVV algorithmis usually non-zero. One CVV
    variant, now commonly called CVV2 (Visa), or Indent CVC
    (MasterCard), uses '000' as the service code parameter to the CVV
    algorithm. Sometimes a card will have both a traditional CVV and a
    Another variation to the CVV algorithm can be introduced by changing
    the format of the expiration date. While the date is always the
    concatenation of the 2-digit month (MM) andlast 2 digits of the year
    (YY), it can be in either YYMM or MMYY formats. For instance, Visa
    CVV2s are usually calculated using the YYMM format


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