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Download zip files for further testing from an intruder attack

Santosh Mar 16, 2017 03:48AM UTC

I am running an intruder attack where the response is a zip file. How can I save the zip files into a folder automatically so that I can do further custom testing using them?

Thank you.


Dafydd Stuttard Mar 16, 2017 09:08AM UTC Support Center agent

You can save out entire responses easily from an Intruder attack, but this will include the message headers.

You can manually save individual message bodies by viewing the response in the Intruder results, selecting the “Headers” tab, right-clicking on the message body panel, and choosing “Copy to file”.


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