How to do Mobile application testing using Burp Suite on latest ios and android devices

I am trying to intercept the request with burp suite for mobile application pen testing on iOS and Android devices.

Here are the settings below which I have done in below points.

  1. I made sure that my mobile device and the burp is on same network
  2. All interfaces in proxy options
  3. Downloaded ca certificate on the mobile and enabled from Certificate Trust Settings for PortSwigger CA.
  4. Set the manual proxy on device to same IP address which is on PC.
  5. Asked application team if there is any SSL pinning is implemented and the answer was “NO” from their end.

Information on my issues where I got stuck.

When I intercept the request in burp I see so many error messages the client failed to negotiate an SSL connection.

Finally I came to an understanding that I need to have a rooted or jailbreak device to fully test the application and I am not sure how to do those things in the new version of iOS and android (made in USA)

Why Drupal 7 jquery_update module not supporting latest jQuery version?

The recommended jquery_update module only supports 1.10. Why recent jQuery security version 3.4.1 not updated? https://jquery.com/download/

So is it recommended to make my Drupal site to update with latest jQuery version for security reasons?

When I try to make the module to support latest jquery version, I am facing issues with other jQuery UI files. What are the additional UI files need to be addressed to work with latest jQuery version?

Thanks,

Does latest SharePoint 2013 Cumulative update really include all previous Cumulative updates?

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KB 4022236 size is 290.0 MB (August 14, 2018)

KB 4092472 size is 77.7 MB (December 11, 2018) on download center and 3.7 MB (???) on windows update

Is the newest cumulative update downloading all the old ones in background? That would explain why the size is not reflecting the previous ones size.

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Why does Ubuntu offer an old version of GNS3 instead of the latest one?

I notice that GNS3 v0.8.7-2 was installed on Ubuntu via sudo apt install gns3 instead of the new version which is GNS3 v2.1.20 as this question is asked.

May I know why Ubuntu still using the old version of GNS3 in it’s repository?

user@linux:~$   sudo apt show gns3 Package: gns3 Version: 0.8.7-2 Priority: optional Section: multiverse/net Origin: Ubuntu Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com> Original-Maintainer: Daniel Lintott <daniel@serverb.co.uk> Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug Installed-Size: 22.7 MB Depends: ucf, python:any (>= 2.7.5-5~), dynamips (>= 0.2.8), python-qt4 (>= 4.5), xdotool, xterm Recommends: wireshark Homepage: http://www.gns3.net/ Download-Size: 3,219 kB APT-Sources: http://my.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu bionic/multiverse amd64 Packages Description: Graphical Network Simulator  GNS3 is a graphical network simulator that allows simulation of  complex networks and to launch simulations on them. It is an excellent  complementary tool to real labs for administrators of Cisco networks  or people wanting to pass their CCNA, CCNP, CCIP or CCIE certifications.  It can also be used to experiment with features of Cisco IOS or to check  configurations that need to be deployed later on real routers.  .  You may configure devices ranging from Cisco routers, Cisco PIX firewalls,  Cisco ASA Firewalls, Cisco IDS to JunOS routers using Qemu or Pemu. GNS3  uses dynamips as an emulation back end, an IOS emulator which allows users  to run IOS binary images from Cisco Systems.  .  Cisco IOS, PIX, ASA or JunOS software images are not included.  user@linux:~$    

I know I can get the latest version by updating the repo and install it as follows.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gns3/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gns3-gui 

I just want to know why Ubuntu didn’t use the latest version of GNS3 by default?