Earlier today, DoIT released an open-source tool to make loading the WiFiMCU firmware on the module much easier. You can check out their repo here:
So that's where the good news ends, unfortunately. I downloaded the repo and the binaries do not run on my Windows 8.1 machine. I went to try to compile it using VS Community 2013 and it also gave me a pile of compile-time errors about missing references to VisualBasic components (which I found strange, since the project itself is done in C#). All in all, I think it just needs a bit more attention to make it more stable across many environments and hopefully more easy to compile on different versions of Visual Studio as well. Hopefully DoIT is open to pull-requests
After a little digging around, I was able to get it to compile in VS2013 Community after installing Microsoft Visual Basic Power Packs (here's the link: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=25169), restarting the VS2013 IDE, and then adding the missing reference to the Power Packs in the project references. However, even after installing the power backs, the compiled binaries in the repo still crash immediately when I try to run them.
It's not much to look at, and haven't tested out it's functionality yet - but it's an excellent starting point.