Odio: A Free Radio Player for macOS, Linux and Windows

Free radio streaming software for Windows, Mac & Linux.

Here’s a quick post about Odio. Just in case you’re looking for an app that plays worldwide radio stations. The app is free but not open source, and it’s available for macOS, Linux and Windows.

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Instaloader: Download Photos and Videos with Captions and Metadata from Instagram

This tool Scrapes Instagram public and private profiles, hashtags, stories, feeds, saved media, and their metadata

 

If you want to backup your Instagram account but don’t want to request a backup from facebook or you’re just looking for a good Instagram scraping OSINT tool, you should take a look at Instaloader.

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Rectangle: A Simple, Free and Open Source Window Manager for macOS

macOS window manager done right.

Apple introduced Split View with OS X El Capitan. A feature as useful as the touchbar on macbooks. Irrelevant. So, naturally, most users look for an alternative. There are a bunch of window managers in the Mac App Store, and most of them are ridiculously expensive.

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HOW TO: Use the Hosts File on Linux to Block Ads, Tracking, Malware Domains and Annoyances

improve your security and privacy by blocking ads, tracking and malware domains.

 

Welcome to the internet, it’s full of advertisers trying to sell you stuff you don’t need, trackers trying to steal and sell your data and malicious content waiting to hijack your device.

There are a few steps you can take to minimise these threats. Like taking advantage of the built in hosts file on your computer and a browser ad-blocker like uBlock Origin .

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Kali Linux Adds “Undercover” Mode

a little script that will change your Kali theme to look like a default Windows installation

Kali is a Linux distribution created for ethical hacking and penetration testing. It is commonly used by researchers and red teams to perform security tests against organizations.

Kali Linux 2019.4 was released last week and comes with quite a few updates and bug fixes, but one features stands out more than others: Undercover Mode. A feature that allows users to quickly make the Kali desktop look like Windows 10.

The reasoning behind Undercover mode is actually pretty simple and rational: draw less suspicion while working in a public setting.

Say you are working in a public place, hacking away, and you might not want the distinctive Kali dragon for everyone to see and wonder what it is you are doing. So, we made a little script that will change your Kali theme to look like a default Windows installation. That way, you can work a bit more incognito. After you are done and in a more private place, run the script again and you switch back to your Kali theme. Like magic!