This article describes common misconceptions about Uniform Resource Locator (URL) encoding, then attempts to clarify URL encoding for HTTP, before presenting frequent problems and their solutions. While this article is not specific to any programming language, we illustrate the problems in Java) and finish by explaining how to fix URL encoding problems in Java, and in a web application at several levels.
You know what? I ain’t even gonna lie. I have no idea how I could use this, but I have a feeling that it might be a useful tool for my toolbox at some point in the future.
From the wipes GitHub page
wipes is a simple Go program that reads from STDIN and demuxes lines to open WebSockets. For convenience, it also serves files over HTTP (defaulting to the local directory) such that you can talk to the WS server easily.
This is a link to a list of Linux Commands:
The list is broken into the following categories:
This is probably most useful for folks doing penetration testing or writing
security scanners: https://html5sec.org/
Great blog post here: http://www.danielmiessler.com/blog/collection-of-less-commonly-used-unix-commands