The willingness of Social Media users to share personal information today, is a stalkers dream. There is no art in viewing a Instagram feed anonymously, but grabbing updates, comments and likes without the user knowing. Requires a little clever use free services and RSS-feeds.
Note that in order for this to work, the Instagram user MUST have his/her feed PUBLIC and NOT PRIVATE.
- Surf over to http://web.stagram.com
- Search for the user in question and view his/her profile.
- Grab the RSS feed by clicking the RSS link.
- Paste the RSS-feed link into your favorite RSS reader.
web.stagram.com may not be the quickest website to update its feeds. Nonetheless, you are now following the Instagram user anonymously. New photo uploads will be posted to the feed.
Good luck spying!
Netcat is without any doubt my favorite security tool, it’s always in my toolbox alwayswith me, it comes in handy a few times. It’s the first tool I pick when I need to perform a banner grab, just connect and send some requests and see what it spits back at you (sometimes just random crap). In this tutorial i’ll show you how can perform one yourself and how easy it is. Continue reading How To: Banner Grab With NetCat
OMG, Leave me alone!! For one freakin’ second leave me alone!! That annoying translation bar that keeps popping up every time i visit a website thats in another language than my own, but what if i already understand that language? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just slam that annoying translation bar to hell? Well, you can’t, but you can disable it if you like :)
It’s very simple and i found the solution HERE, just follow the steps: go to Tools > Options > Under the Hood > Translate and deselect the box next to “Offer to translate pages that aren’t in a language I read”
Do you use Google Chrome/Chromium?
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I recently found out that you can run a version of Google Chrome in Linux (yeah I know, so late) called “Chromium“. And I decided to run a Acid3 test just for fun to see what this browser is capable of. And guess what? It passes 100/100!! (See the top image for a closer look) I actually never thought that it would get such a high score, go Linux!! However, I do not yet know if it supports HTML5, do you?
Do you use Chromium browser?
As you probably know, I am currently using the Mozilla Firefox 4 beta and at the time I am typing this I am using beta 4. I’m not sure if it is a new feature added, but I have noticed some new stuff in the tools menu that wasn’t in Mozilla Firefox 3, and one of those objectwhere “Inspect” and it works just like in the add-on “Firebug“, just open it up and point your cursor to where you want to inspect. The small but annoying thing about it is that I can’t copy any of the links that it finds, bummer…
Anyway, I find this really useful and i hope the Mozilla team of developers will add more features to it in future releases.
Do you find this feature useful??