“IDN Safe” is a browser extension which blocks internationalized domain names to prevent you from visiting probable fake sites
IDN Safe blocks internationalized domain names also known as punycode domains. This helps you to identify them and will prevent you from visiting probable fake sites.
The use of Unicode in domain names makes it potentially easier to spoof web sites as the visual representation of an IDN string in a web browser may make a spoof site appear indistinguishable to the legitimate site being spoofed, depending on the font used.
With IDN Safe you can temporarily allow domains or whitelist them at all. By default they are blocked.
Since iOS 9 you can’t stream videos or images to Kodi anymore. But you can still stream audio, which works pretty well. Continue reading “AirPlay with iOS 10 and Kodi (only audio)”
[UPDATED] Blocking ads system-wide on an Android device isn’t that difficult. And it works without rooting your phone. Just follow the steps below and you will set it up in less than five minutes:
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I have released the IP Geolocator extension now also for Firefox. You can find it on the Firefox Add-on page.
If you are using NoScript or any similiar add-on you have to whitelist following URLs to make IP Geolocator work for you:
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