EDIT: This no longer works. If you have the package installed, I would recommend uninstalling it. Continue reading
All domains sold. Ignore this post.
Well, the secret is out. I refreshed my iPhone’s Cydia to find somebody selling “free T-Mobile Internet access”. I knew immediately what the method was, as I’ve been using it for almost a year now. Since it’s now public, and T-Mobile will close the hole anyways, I might as well help you save your money from these crappy “services”.
So what’s the “bug” that allows free internet? It seems like the stupidest thing in the world, and I’m almost certain that some technician left it in on purpose. Basically, any URL with the word “tmobile” is accessible without a data plan. (as long as your APN is set to epc.tmobile.net) So all you have to do is make a proxy site (aka PHProxy) with “tmobile” somewhere in the URL (tmobile.yoursite.com or freehost.com/tmobileproxy) and it would be accessible via your phone.
It gets better. As far as I know, the above is the only thing that’s “leaked”. Here’s some new information: the method above only allows web site browsing, there is a way to 1) not use a slow and unreliable proxy, and 2) work with all HTTP apps on the phone other then web browsers. If you append the string “?tmobile” at the end of the URL, it loads without fail. So just install a local proxy (like Privoxy, or a custom one) on your iPhone (or whatever smartphone) which adds “?tmobile” to the end of the URL (or “&tmobile” for pages with GET requests) and it will work.
If you don’t get a word I said, don’t worry. When I have time, I’ll post my custom proxy written in Python, or even post an iPhone Cydia package.
P.S: This method only works with HTTP requests (not HTTPS, or any other protocol). I have another, slower method of getting access to everything, but I’m not ready to reveal it yet.
Remember the two scripts I’ve posted earlier in the week? Well, I finally have the time to formally insert them into the database, so here they are:
Also, I’ve finally had it with Google Adsense. They banned me for no legitimate reason. Google said that my PSN Update Finder (and “maybe other similar pages”) was “in violation of our program policies”. After re-reading their policies, I still don’t know which policy I supposedly broke, and emailing them only got a reply that is the same message. Therefore, I’m now trying out new ad networks, seeing which is the fastest, most non-intrusive, and the most relevant. If you see any intrusive ads or malware ads, please send me an email and I will take care of it. Thanks.
Another quick half-hour script I wrote. This is an AppleScript that lets you use FaceTime as a video monitor. Just run the script in background, and whenever you want to see your house, just do a FaceTime call to your iMac and the script will accept it.
1) Nobody else knows your Mac’s FaceTime email. Make it secret, or people can spy on you by calling your email.
2) You haven’t resized FaceTime. I’m lazy so, it closes FaceTime whenever the window size is 638 by 585.
What does it do? You give it a PS3 game’s title id, and it’ll spit out all update packages (retail and debug) for it. Useful for jailbroken PS3s. I’ll do a proper writeup sometime in the future.
Source code: http://pastebin.com/rR5xUZS6
(You need PHP with SimpleXML support)
This was a quick one hour project. I took ASCIIMan, and chopped up and rearranged the code to be a Pong game. Introducing JoshPong, less of a Pong game, more of a demo of the ASCIIMan engine, and Josh library. I know there’s a big bug in Josh that prevents loading the native DLL, so make sure you read the temporary work-around posted on the download page.