- Get a catch block error message with TypeScript
Kent C Dodds
TypeScript forces you to acknowledge you can’t know what was thrown making getting the error message a pain. Here’s how you can manage it.
- Setting Up 188.8.131.52 for Families on a Pi-Hole
28 Oct 2021
After seeing Cloudflare’s 184.108.40.206 for Families mentioned on the front page of HackerNews, I thought it might be helpful to show those currently using a pi-hole device how to include 220.127.116.11 alongside it.
- HTTP 419 Never Gonna Give You Up
The HTTP 419 Never Gonna Give You Up client error response code indicates that the server knows the client is either performing a penetration test or is a bot in search or exploits and should move on to a different domain or scanning attempt.
- Backing up WhatsApp data through the multi-device web client
26 Oct 2021
Systematically backing up WhatsApp messages and media in an open format is impractical. However the multi-device beta makes the WhatsApp web client an almost first-class WhatsApp client. I describe how the web client stores messages and media, and a proof of concept program, `wadump`, which can extr…
- Practical Time Machines
13 Oct 2021
Many “emergency” situations in our modern world would’ve been easy to fix had they been foreseen in advance. If only we’d known what was going to happen, the badness could