Roll-your-own Pi-hole Ad-blocker! Automated Install Run this command only on a clean install of the Raspberry Pi running Raspbian. curl -s “https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jacobsalmela/pi-hole/master/automated%20install/basic-install.sh” | bash
A nasty piece of malware on OS X is XSLCmd. Using a neat trick, you can get alerted if your computer gets infected. This malware can open a reverse shell, list and transfer files, and install additional malware. Definitely not something you want. The problem with some malware–especially zero-day attacks–is that your anti-virus program might not detect […]
[UPDATE]: An even better solution is the ScreenSharingMonitor, which provides a “native” feel thanks to the Notification Center messages.
This version of the Pi-hole is outdated Click the image below to read about the new version.
The Raspberry Pi can be used as a router–great if you need a pocket-sized device to share an Internet connection. It can also be used in conjunction with a cantenna.
Want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a portable antenna / wireless router that can be used to pick up WiFi signals from great distances? I did. I will walkthrough how to make the 2.4GHz cantenna using some cheap components and then setup the Pi as a router so you could search for WiFi access […]
[UPDATE 2014-10-20]: This tricks seems to cause high CPU usage in Yosemite, try using launchd instead. [UPDATE 2014-10-02]: defend yourself from becoming a zombie courtesy of Mac.BackDoor.iWorm [UPDATE]: Use this trick to fend off the new malware XLSCmd Macs are not immune to malware. Authors of malicious software often try to get a LaunchDaemon or LaunchAgent […]
Create a cantenna to drastically extend your Wi-Fi signal! Works great with a router that has external atennas, like the old-school classic WRT54G.