Hairpin Lockpicking Just Like in the Spy Movies - Daily Survival Pro. Everything Is Broken — The Message. Then there’s the Intelligence Community, who call themselves the IC.
We might like it if they stopped spying on everyone all the time, while they would like us to stop whining about it. After spending some time with them, I am pretty sure I understand why they don’t care about the complaining. The IC are some of the most surveilled humans in history. They know everything they do is gone over with a fine-toothed comb — by their peers, their bosses, their lawyers, other agencies, the president, and sometimes Congress.
Troubleshooting (Users) Much like Firefox allows you to install extensions, Greasemonkey allows you to install user scripts.
If you are having a problem with Greasemonkey, first it is important to check if the problem is actually with the user script, just like a problem with Firefox may actually be caused by an extension. These troubleshooting steps may help you fix the problem yourself, and if not they will help you provide information that will be required before anyone else can help you. If you can't solve your own issues, then please read about getting help from the community.
Smaller Problems Add-on Enabled Status If you don't see anything of Greasemonkey, neither the monkey menu nor the Greasemonkey submenu in the Tools menu, you can check whether the whole add-on is disabled. Go to Tools, Add-ons and check the add-on status. Greasemonkey Enabled Status Greasemonkey itself can be disabled (independently from the overall add-on status). Open the monkey menu. Script Enabled Status Script Installing Errors. User Script Hosting. Gist Gist is GitHub's "paste" service, where any set of simple files can be pasted into a web form and saved.
Gist files may be named. If they are given the .user.js suffix, then the raw link for the gist will serve perfectly as an install. HTTPS is available and used by default. Greasy Fork Created by the maintainer of HTTPS is available and enforced by default. Greasemonkey Manual. Blocking Unwanted Connections with a Hosts File.
Special Note: new Windows 10 users ... the MVPS Hosts file installs just fine, no need to make any changes.
Simply follow the instructions for Windows 8. What it does ... You can use a HOSTS file to block ads, banners, 3rd party Cookies, 3rd party page counters, web bugs, and even most hijackers. This is accomplished by blocking the connection(s) that supplies these little gems. The Hosts file is loaded into memory (cache) at startup, so there is no need to turn on, adjust or change any settings with the exception of the DNS Client service (see below). Example - the following entry 0.0.0.0 ad.doubleclick.net blocks all files supplied by that DoubleClick Server to the web page you are viewing. How to Block Websites in Windows 8′s Hosts File.
Windows 8 takes a new approach to the hosts file by default – it won’t allow you to block Facebook and other websites by modifying your hosts file.
Luckily, there’s a way to bypass this restriction. When you add certain website addresses to Windows 8’s hosts file, Windows 8 will automatically remove them, effectively ignoring your changes. Microsoft isn’t just doing this to annoy us – there’s a good reason for it. What’s a Hosts File? When you access a website, your computer contacts your domain name system (DNS) server and requests its numerical IP address. Your hosts file is a file, local to your computer, that can override this behavior. Why the Restriction is in Place Unfortunately, malware often edits the hosts file to add such lines. To prevent this from taking place, Windows 8 (more specifically, the Windows Defender antivirus included with Windows 8) monitors your hosts file. Ways to Bypass the Restriction Excluding the Hosts File C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts. Facebook cleansing: How to delete all of your account activity. If I had my way, Facebook would have a hard and fast expiration date for posts.
I generally don’t want most of what I say hanging around longer than I’d keep eggs in the fridge. Sure, some links and videos are worth revisiting—but does anyone really care that I was tired on that Monday in 2008? But most of our Timelines are full of this rotting nonsense. There’s no value in it for me, nor for my friends either, most likely. I’ll grant the infrequent occasion for someone to think, “I remember an awesome video that Jen posted last year—let me go find it on her Timeline!” The new year inspires people to make a clean start, and with that motivation, I set out to delete everything I had posted on Facebook that was more than a month old.
'Outernet' concept is to create free global internet using cubesats. Programming Sucks. Every friend I have with a job that involves picking up something heavier than a laptop more than twice a week eventually finds a way to slip something like this into conversation: "Bro, you don't work hard.
I just worked a 4700-hour week digging a tunnel under Mordor with a screwdriver. " They have a point. Mordor sucks, and it's certainly more physically taxing to dig a tunnel than poke at a keyboard unless you're an ant. But, for the sake of the argument, can we agree that stress and insanity are bad things?