Here’s my gem of a day. This little script will scroll to second column of Windows 7’s vertical taskbar. Many features to implement but it works and does it surprisingly beautiful (thanks to simple cubic easing function).
In the old post I already shown how to use ForceBindIP utility to bind specific application to a given network interface (defined by IP address). Вut that involved creating separate shortcuts for each application.
Here’s small VBS script, that can be used as a target for Draging and Droping of shortcuts (*.LNK) and runs application with bound network interface. It recognizes program arguments and adds missing dummy parameter to bypass them to application.
set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") set Lnk = WshShell.CreateShortcut(WScript.Arguments.Unnamed(0)) ' Your backdoor IP cmd = "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ForceBindIP.exe 18.104.22.168 " cmd = cmd & """" & Lnk.TargetPath & """" If "" <> Lnk.Arguments Then cmd = cmd & " dummy " & Lnk.Arguments End If WshShell.Run( cmd ) set Lnk = Nothing set WshShell = Nothing
For those who still occasionally use E-TextEditor there’s an undocumented shortcut. F5 – for sorting lines, removing duplicate lines in document/selection.
Just hit the error ‘Failed to connect to engine’ when trying to start LogMeIn Hamachi. It happened for the second time I’m using it and I didn’t remember the solution that helped me first time, so here it is. As second post in this forum advises you just need to start LogMeIn Hamachi Tunneling Engine Service that somehow does not autostart on system startup.