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Saving Burp sessions

Bill R Jan 15, 2015 08:23PM UTC

Is there a way in Burp to save a set of captured messages and play them back later with fuzzing inserted? That is, once we capture a series of messages to a server, we wish to be able to perform fuzz testing. and we wish to be able to repeat the test later without having to capture and configure the test again. I don't see any way to save a session. There is a 'save Attack' option, not sure if that suits our needs?

Dafydd Stuttard Jan 16, 2015 09:07AM UTC Support Center agent

If you are referring to Intruder attacks then you have two easy options:

- You can save a Burp state file with the series of requests in the Proxy history, and later reload the state file and send each request to Intruder.

- You can create each attack in Intruder, and use the Save attack config option on the Intruder menu. Later, you can reload each attack config into Intruder.

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