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How to disable Flash Player protected mode in Firefox

by on Feb.08, 2015, under Techie

Since Firefox 35 you can do the following to disable the annoying “Activate Flash” on any page with Flash.

In the Address Bar type in “about:config”
Confirm that you will careful when prompted
Search for “dom.ipc.plugins.flash.disable-protected-mode” and set it to true (ie disabled)

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Coding links

by on Feb.08, 2015, under Techie

I have to share these links for anyone that see’s this and so I can find them in the future:

lifehacker – Top 10 Ways to Teach Yourself to Code

Free Programming Books – GitHub list

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Speedup FireFox

by on Oct.23, 2014, under Techie

WARNING! If you do anything else than listed before the browser may act worse or not work anymore.

  • Open FireFox and go to “about:config” in the Address Bar.
  • Search for “network.http.pipelining” and double-click on it to change it to TRUE
  • Then “network.http.proxy.pipelining” and change it to TRUE
  • Then set “network.http.pipelining.maxrequests” to 8 (higher the number pages may load slower)

Close all copies of FireFox and open it up again to enjoy quicker page loads.

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Netgear WNR1000v3 backdoor/bug

by on May.24, 2014, under News, Techie

Friendly IT post for my techie friends:
If you have a Netgear WNR1000v3 (Firmware confirmed, maybe others?), please make sure you have Remote Access locked down or turned off. While in your router checking this please see if you have had your WAN changed (will be changed to DHCP by the bot) or your DNS set to something you don’t recognize ( and confirmed). If so change everything back to what it should be and start changing your passwords online. Looks like there is some kind of bug or backdoor that a bot is using to hack these routers. Might affect other models too, but so far I can not find any online posts about this. I have worked with 2 people and can confirm this seems to have started making rounds on Friday May 23rd.
If your have the above router and your ISP installed it, I would hope and assume they locked down Remote Access (like Action Communications does to protect their customers from these kind of hacks).

Follow or reply to my posts on Facebook or Google+ about this.

-Facebook Post
-Google+ Post

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