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Using IBurpExtenderCallbacks.makeHttpRequest at Background

Yetlenownew Yetlenownew Apr 29, 2017 10:19PM UTC

I am trying to send 10 new requests after all requests generated by proxy. For that, I am handling requests in processHttpMessage method and sending requests with IBurpExtenderCallbacks.makeHttpRequest. It works but the problem is that you wait until those 10 requests made to see response of proxy and it takes time.

I want those requests are sent at background while i am using burp proxy simultaneously. Is it possible?


Yetlenownew Yetlenownew Apr 29, 2017 10:22PM UTC
A Note: I am using processHttpMessage to read request made through proxy and generating new requests based on this.

Dafydd Stuttard May 02, 2017 08:04AM UTC Support Center agent

You will need to handle the threading yourself if you want to make requests in the background. You could spin up a new thread to handle each background request, although this might involve a large number of threads when the proxy is busy. A neater option would be to implement a queue of pending work and a thread pool to service the queue.


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