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  1. Kaspersky Malware Reverse Engineering & Analysis [ Detailed ] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. No password Need I updated the link with new Burpsuite All versions Burp Suite Enterprise 2020.4.3 + Professional 2020.5 + Demo-License You can now choose to display non-printing characters as "lozenges" in the HTTP message editor. This is supported for any bytes with a hexadecimal value lower than 20, which includes tabs, line feeds, carriage returns, and null bytes. This feature will be greatly beneficial for many use cases, including: Spotting subtle differences between byte values in responses Experimenting with HTTP request smuggling vulnerabilities Studying line endings to identify potential HTTP header injection vulnerabilities Observing how null-byte injections are handled by the server Non-printing characters are hidden by default, but you can toggle the lozenges on and off by clicking the "\n" button at the bottom of the editor These non-printing characters can currently only be displayed in the message editor. For now, you have to edit bytes using Burp's hex view. However, we plan to enable you to do this directly in the message editor in the near future. Fix some bugs: We have also implemented several minor bug fixes, most notably: The response received/completed times are now displayed for 401 responses. The response time is now displayed even when the time taken was < 1ms. "Check session is valid" session handling rules are now applied properly when session tracing is running The content discovery tool no longer erroneously displays the "Session is not running" message. This release also provides the following minor improvements to various areas of Burp: The embedded Chromium browser for the experimental browser-driven scanning mode has been upgraded to version 83. Java 14 is now supported for both Professional and Community Edition. Burp Proxy no longer intercepts requests for SVG or font files by default. Crawling of static content is now faster. [Hidden Content]
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  6. Postman Fundamentals By Nate Taylor Postman is used by over 3 million developers across the world. This course will show you the fundamentals of Postman, how you can issue requests, create automated API tests, and even document your API with Postman. When working with an API there's always so much to remember, such as any special API keys, different URLs for different environments, as well as the shape that each request should take. In Postman Fundamentals, you'll learn how Postman can help simplify working with an API. It allows you to use variables so that the same request works whether it's in the testing or staging environment. You'll also learn how you can created automated API tests so that you ensure your API doesn't break between releases. You'll even see how Postman simplifies writing documentation for your API, so that your users can have an up-to-date explanation of what your API is doing. By the end of this course, you'll know the ins and outs of Postman, and be equipped to maximize your interactions with APIs. Nate Taylor About the author Nate's first program was written in QBasic on an 8086 clone his dad built. Since then he's written applications in C++, .NET, and Node.js. More from the author Professionalism for Developers Intermediate 2h 9m Dec 20, 2019 Javascript Promises and Async Programming Intermediate 1h 21m Nov 26, 2019 Managing Files with Node.js
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