Monthly Archive: December 2012

Unlisted Mailinator Alias

Mailinator is one of the most widely known and used disposable email providers. Any mail you send to can be read publicly on their website. Unfortunately, many websites block their known domains, so I set up an alternative domain. Use and mail will end up in the respective mailinator account.

Ubuntu is Tracking You: Disable connections to Canonical

Ubuntu not only connects to Canonical servers on request, it does so permanently in the background. It even transmits geolocation information for the weather applet. Here’s a quick fix that removes all components involved in this tracking.

In order to make sure the mobile phone frequencies …

In order to make sure the mobile phone frequencies are not being tracked, I would fill up a washbasin with water and put the lid of a rice cooker over my head while I made a phone call. I don’t know if it worked or not, but I was never caught. BBC: North Korea: On the net in world’s most secretive nation (View on