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2018-08-08 | Burp doing more cool Burp like things, Mobile phone voting in West Virginia and Def Con hotel lobby shenanigans
Wednesday, August 8
TWEET OF THE DAY
Blackhat vendor on elevator: “Our security team said we are not allowed to use the WiFi in our hotel room so I am running to the lobby to answer some emails.”Me: That feeling when you want to cry, laugh and scream at the same time. - @jgamblin
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
A chilling warning about Def Con from @swiftonsecurity
Burp doing more cool Burp-like things: Automatically maintaining sessions during scans
Helpful 3D rendering of Caesar’s for the Def Con attendees among our readers.
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What was most interesting is how well CAESARS bridges their access-points. I'm see ARPs from all the MAC addresses registered elsewhere in the hotel, roughly ~3000 guests.
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