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Re: sandboxed browsing
From: "Gillis Jones (Gillis57)" <me () gill is>
Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 15:19:12 -0700

So I may be stepping into it here, but BurpSuite works well for my
purposes. Provides a really simple interface to view request/response, as
well as allow the user to follow subsequent 302 redirects and view source
without rendering responses.

Just a thought :)
-Gillis

On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 11:20 AM, bk <chort0 () gmail com> wrote:


On Jul 31, 2012, at 4:38 PM, Kyle Creyts wrote:

Who uses something other than a browser in a virtual machine to follow
suspicious/possibly malicious links?

If you do, what do you use, and how did you choose it?

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Telnet and do the HTTP request by hand, for quick & dirty. If I really
suspect an exploit kit page I run it through urlquery.net with
appropriate referrer and user-agent.

For practical surfing of suspect content, Firefox in a VM with NoScript,
running through Privoxy & Tor (don't forget to configure Firefox to send
DNS requests through Tor, it doesn't do that by default).

--
chort

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