Lanzan tortilla de código abierto

threatpost.com One of the biggest networking limitations is the fact that Tor listens on ports with the SOCKS proxy, yet most networking applications don’t support SOCKS natively, requiring a researcher to buy additional hardware or virtual machines, or learn an unfamiliar operating system.

A researcher with startup Crowdstrike may have bridged those gaps with a tool called Tortilla. Expected to be unveiled at the upcoming Black Hat Briefings in Las Vegas in two weeks, senior security researcher Jason Geffner will not only deliver a presentation on the tool, but will release it as open source.


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