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  • Burp Proxy is an interactive HTTP/S proxy server for attacking and testing web applications. It operates as a man-in-the-middle between the end browser and the target web server, and allows the user to intercept, inspect and modify the raw traffic passing in both directions.
  • In emacs you use the function “occur” to find all occurrences of a string (or regexp) in a buffer. The matching lines are listed in another buffer named “*Occur*”, and you can click them there to navigate to the corresponding lines in the original buffer. That is, buffer ‘*Occur*’ acts as a hypertext index to your buffer.
    (tags: emacs mode)
  • Eine einfache Technik um ohne Javascript die History des Browsers auszulesen. Die einzige Hilfe ist, keine Iframes zuzulassen oder TorButton zu verwenden.


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