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Issue with the order of proxy requests under 'site map'

Raghuveer Mar 10, 2017 01:15PM UTC

Hello,
We have observed that the HTTP requests intercepted by the Burp proxy, in 'Site map' tab were arranged in alphabetical order (not in the order of sequence of the recording). So, when we send these requests to scanner, they were being executed by the same order, as in the 'site map' (alphabetical order). However, this feature doesn't create the appropriate application flow. Is there possibility of making these requests appear in the order of recording (as per the application flow)?


th3r3p0 Mar 10, 2017 05:15PM UTC
Is there a reason you are using a scanner to do this? Scanner is meant to scan individual pages and not in a specific order. If you need to login or extract a CSRF token, you can setup a macro to do that for you. Can you give an example use case and maybe we can derive a better solution for you.

Dafydd Stuttard Mar 11, 2017 01:49PM UTC Support Center agent

The Proxy history is a historical record of requests in the order that they happened. The site map is a tree structure that holds one item per unique request, organized by URL.

If you want to scan items in the order that the requests were originally made, then bulk select the relevant items in the Proxy history, and send for scanning from the context menu.


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