October 2014

shittalk.cfg - Home Of The Dumbest Binds In Video Gaming

  • Posted on: 29 October 2014
  • By: davis

Have you ever been playing an online FPS and wished you could say something unintelligible, idiotic, and just plain stupid?

Have you ever wished that with one click, you could make people think you were mentally unstable?

Have you ever wished that you weren't literate and also had seizures while typing?

Have you ever  wanted to accuse your opponents of exploiting waterfall bugs in a game that doesn't have waterfalls?



Social Engineering - Your Facebook Is More Valuable Than Your Bank Account

  • Posted on: 29 October 2014
  • By: davis

Want to know something interesting? Hackers prefer your Facebook info to your bank account. While bank accounts can be drained, banks are vigilant against such theft and react swiftly. Banks are also capable of reversing, tracking, and investigating intrusions, making them a tough target for the average hacker.

But what about your Facebook account? It's 2014. You've already scrubbed your Facebook of personal and embarassing information, right? What could a hacker really accomplish by logging in and pretending to be you?

Using WP Smush.it To Optimize Your Wordpress Images

  • Posted on: 29 October 2014
  • By: davis

Wordpress features an easily navigable image upload interface. While the default image uploader is fine, it lacks one key feature - optimizing your images. When images are pushed from your server to the client, an unnecessarily large image will slow down load times and affect your PageSpeed score. Large image files also take up unnecessary space on your server's drive, leading to increased server costs, increased hardware requirements, and less storage area for other media.


Hi, I'm Davis Ford. I tinker with computers for a living.

I've been written about by Slate and Kotaku.

My Bachelor's degree is in I.T. Management. I hold A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications. I am previously MCSA certified.

This website is generally a braindump. I write posts to my future self about how I solved problems. I hope that I can help you, if you've stumbled here from Google.

Thank you for visiting :)


  • Posted on: 29 October 2014
  • By: davis

I have modified/installed a nifty little tool that converts RSS feeds into email-friendly HTML.

Here’s how we can format our RSS feeds to use within OnGage.

First, head to http://americanlibertypac.com/rss2html.php?buildURL

Let’s pretend we want to convert ALPAC’s feed to HTML (this tool will work with any feed) You will see two boxes:

  • URL for the XML file:
  • URL for the template file: