So I recently had a thought about how browsers have natural looks to them and what makes people click buttons without thinking.

For example if I was a Vista user I might get annoyed by the constant string of “Do you want to allow this program to make changes to your computer?” dialogues, and will probably heed this warnings less and less every time.

After having a personal interest in DNS tunneling I tried setting up iodine and quickly found out that it’s not a fun process (it involves a user controlled server and some DNS configurations). The idea, however, is definitely super cool.

So what the hell is useful about DNS tunneling?

Many pay for wifi services will block all types of traffic unless you pay an often insane amount. Why would I pay $10.00 for a one day pass for wifi? That’s insanity! DNS tunneling comes in handy here because these services often do not block DNS traffic so you can “hide” your normal traffic in DNS queries and evade their blocks altogether.