What more to say? Enjoy!
I updated the HOSTS file, added compatibility with Android OS and added a simple install script to control the HOSTS file on Windows. I didn’t create an APK since you need root-access on Android to update the file and I think if you’re already root you won’t install this file using an APK. 😉 Just push it to /system/etc and you’re good to go. No need to reboot. Changes apply immediately.
I tested the script on Windows Seven x32 only and I appreciate to hear your experiences when running on any x64 version of Windows. Anyway, enjoy!
The HOSTS file has been updated due to massive spam coming from faked invitations, chats and link recommendations by infected friends on Facebook.
To block unwanted tags you need to disable the tagging feature temporarily as long as this spam continues.
To disable click on “Account” -> “Privacy Settings” -> “Customize settings” -> “Photos and videos you’re tagged in” -> “Edit Settings” and change to “Only Me” via “Custom edit”. Click “Okay” to accept your changes.
Some minutes ago I got a chat message on Facebook from one of my Ville Helpers¹. This is what she wrote:
OMG: This girl killed herself after her FATHER posted this message on her wall: bit.ly/hiht3w
Sounds like the usual crap, so I opened the link with Chromium 12 in an incognito session. It redirected me to www.aclebite.info and forced me to log in to Facebook. I didn’t check what happened when I log in, so just be careful. The domain is blocked by my latest HOSTS file.
inSSIDer is free,
open-source Wi-Fi scanning/analyzing software.
What’s unique about inSSIDer?
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista and 7 (x86 and x64)
- Uses the Native Wi-Fi API and your current wireless network card
- Sort results by Mac Address, SSID, Channel, RSSI and “Time Last Seen”
- Compatible with most GPS devices (NMEA v2.3 and higher)
How can inSSIDer help me?
- Inspect your WLAN and surrounding networks to troubleshoot competing access points
- Track the strength of received signal in dBm over time
- Filter access points in an easy-to-use format
- Highlight access points for areas with high Wi-Fi concentration
- Export Wi-Fi and GPS data to a KML file to view in Google Earth.
- Filter through hundreds of scanned access points
- updated the preview of my modified swiss keyboard layout and put an additional link to that preview in the download-section.
- added a link to the Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator site.
- added some wallpapers I made long time ago.
- changed links-type in order to allow download of mp3s on systems which try to play music files by default instead of downloading and saving them.
Several years ago (I guess it was somewhere around the late 90s) I composed an acid track which I never released to the public. Today I remixed and published it for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
Some time ago I found a fantastic driver on the net which allows the creation of a multi-partition memory-stick. It was just the naked driver, without anything else and since Windows shows only the first partition on such devices when the driver is not installed, an easy install/uninstall solution was needed. I use the driver-loader from Guido Wischrop and created a script around that which seamlessly installs the driver and starts it invisible in the background when you start Windows. Download the complete package here.