Attention! „Live HTTP Headers“ – a Chrome extension that tracks clicks

One of our clients has reported unusual behavior while using this extension to track / develop a website and the associated webapp.

Seems like the extension has been modified to inject tracking [that’s the least we found out from our quick investigation]. A part of the code used can be found here:

We recommend anyone using this extension to uninstall it and carefully investigate.

Debugging ESP8266EX

One way of debugging what’s running on the ESP is using the UART console. But there is a trick – it might be locked at 74880 baudrate.

There’s a quick fix. Modify the user_main.c and add:

#include "driver/uart_register.h"

on top of it.

Also, in the main loop(user_init) change

void user_init(void){


void user_init(void){
uart_div_modify(0, 115200);
os_printf("set baudrate to 115200\n\r");

Modify the 115200 with the value you want to use, but we suggest using some standard ones, like 38400, 57600 and 115200.