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  • Schedule an Attack to run every day at a specific time.

    Hi, How can I schedule an attack to run everyday at a specific time. Thanks.

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 21, 2017 11:23AM UTC
  • Download zip files for further testing from an intruder attack

    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.

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 16, 2017 03:48AM UTC
  • Is there way to import server certificate into BURP and use it for perticular domain?

    I have a thick client application which works on its own jre and it has root certificate included in its jre/lib/security/cacerts already. When I configure burp proxy to intercept traffic between client and server, I receive following error; The client failed to negotiate an SSL connection to Received fatal alert: certificate_unknown I think the server is rejecting portswigge...

    2 Agent Answers    1 Community Answer
    Mar 15, 2017 01:26PM UTC
  • CA Certificate

    CA certificate for IE not Available at this link http://burp/

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 14, 2017 10:29AM UTC
  • Proxy analysis on mobile devices

    Hello, I'm am an ethical hacker working for Ethical Intruder ( I am running Burp Proxy and have gathered data from mobile devices. My question is this, what can I do with this information? Or rather, how do I analyze this data for vulnerabilities?

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 14, 2017 12:43AM UTC
  • Make subdomain bruteforce

    Hi! How i can bruteforce subdomains with burp suite?

    0 Community Answer
    Mar 12, 2017 05:18PM UTC
  • Coldreien

    Need to know how to see some one in my galaxy 6 remotly.

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 12, 2017 01:18AM UTC
  • How to find all requests

    Hi, This is a UI question -- I'm trying to find all the times a particular URL was requested so I can compare cookies and responses. I can see one of the times the URL was requested in the target window, but I can't figure out how to show the others. I can see some of the times it was requested in the proxy window, but any time the request was added to the target or passively sc...

    1 Agent Answer    0 Community Answer
    Mar 11, 2017 11:53PM UTC
  • Burp Collaborator polling service respond with a self-signed certificate (*

    I am using a certificate generated with Let's Encrypt. The certificate is matching the domain expected for the polling communication. Let's say The polling configuration is as follow.. ``` "ssl": { "certificateFiles" : ["/etc/letsencrypt/archive/","/etc/letsencrypt/archive/polli...

    2 Agent Answers    1 Community Answer
    Mar 10, 2017 10:07PM UTC
  • Issue with the order of proxy requests under 'site map'

    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 applicat...

    1 Agent Answer    1 Community Answer
    Mar 10, 2017 01:15PM UTC