Category Archives: InfoSec

Keeping Up with Change – Information Handling in the Infosec World

The information security (infosec) sector is a high-speed sector – the pace with which new information is coming up on an almost daily basis is tremendous. Therefore, staying up to date with new information represents a constant challenge to people working in that area.

Within this post, I want to quickly introduce the way I’m trying to handle and process new information in the infosec area. I will also introduce quickly the tools I use in order to support me with this effort.

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Quick Overview of the Burpsuite – Qubes OS – Java Overlay Issue

In the beginning of 2018, people began complaining in the Burp Community about some issues with overlays in the new Burp version (1.7.31 at that time). Obviously this affected Burpsuite under Fedora 26 at that time.
I can confirm that under Qubes OS, you are also faced with this issue – independent of Fedora or Debian – so here is what you can do about it.

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