Thursday, January 30, 2014
Ubuntu has nodejs and some packet radio thing called node. Tools like gruntjs expect the nodejs binary to be named 'node' but guess which one is /usr/sbin/node and which is /usr/bin/nodejs? Worse yet, typing node or grunt just silently fails if you have the wrong node installed. Sad faces...
So, if you want nodejs and for things like gruntjs to work... here's what you do:
Monday, January 20, 2014
Portswigger recommends launching from the terminal for good reasons. Configuring memory allocation for the JVM being one of them. But, sometimes having a terminal hanging around while Burp is running can be annoying. In those cases, starting Burp Suite from the launcher is pretty convenient. Just replace the BURP_VER and BURP_PATH variables below with the appropriate values, and copy/paste.