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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by ponury » Sun Nov 06, 2011 10:56 am

data5 wrote:What is redirect HTTP traffic to specific IP. Can you host a fake site that people log in to? :)
173.230.149.90 - android police site :-)

And I won't host a site unless someone donates for this (18$ per month in quickweb where I have a hosting).


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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by data5 » Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:39 pm

I mean if I have a computer in the network and host a site on that computer, can I make people go to the site on the computer instead of the real one?

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by ponury » Sun Nov 06, 2011 12:51 pm

Sure, just give that IP as a redirect IP

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by burtbot » Sun Nov 06, 2011 9:15 pm

hi
great ,new version is working to redirect to ip :-D

would be possible, to redirect to ip:8080?
i haev web server app on android which can hosted on the port 8080. but does not access root. . . so cannot use port 80. :-(

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by comk4ver » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:53 am

well, i had used the slideme market to download wifi kill however, when i did download it; it came with ads (no problem) but then it told me that i needed to upgrade and it redirected me to this forum. That's fine too; but now it's telling me again that I need to upgrade even though I'm on 1.7 I'm trying to get the alogcat so I can send it your way.

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by puiradu » Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:31 am

Hi. The 1.7 version has a major bug. At least for me. The active connections are rejected but also my device. 1.6 works just fine. I intended to buy the application but now I'm in doubt. Please check. I'm using a GalaxySII phone.

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by puiradu » Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:46 am

'Unable to fetch version information' is the error regarding the described bug!

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by ponury » Wed Nov 09, 2011 7:58 pm

puiradu wrote:Hi. The 1.7 version has a major bug. At least for me. The active connections are rejected but also my device. 1.6 works just fine. I intended to buy the application but now I'm in doubt. Please check. I'm using a GalaxySII phone.
I'll take a look

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by puiradu » Fri Nov 11, 2011 9:56 am

ponury wrote:
puiradu wrote:Hi. The 1.7 version has a major bug. At least for me. The active connections are rejected but also my device. 1.6 works just fine. I intended to buy the application but now I'm in doubt. Please check. I'm using a GalaxySII phone.
I'll take a look
Hi. Did you found the problem? I'm still on 1.6 version cause 1.7 is blocking my internet conection.
I'm waiting your answer.

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Re: WiFiKill release thread

Post by ponury » Fri Nov 11, 2011 12:55 pm

puiradu wrote:
ponury wrote:
puiradu wrote:Hi. The 1.7 version has a major bug. At least for me. The active connections are rejected but also my device. 1.6 works just fine. I intended to buy the application but now I'm in doubt. Please check. I'm using a GalaxySII phone.
I'll take a look
Hi. Did you found the problem? I'm still on 1.6 version cause 1.7 is blocking my internet conection.
I'm waiting your answer.
I'm sorry but I couldn't reproduce this. Maybe try uninstall & reboot & install latest. If that won't work then please send me a catlog.

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