These settings let you configure hotkeys for common actions. Numerous types of actions can be assigned a hotkey, in the following categories:
A number of hotkeys are configured by default. Note that very many more actions are available to have a hotkey assigned, if you use them frequently.
All hotkeys must use the Control key (or the Command key on OSX), and may also use Shift and other available modifiers. Note that on some Windows installations the Ctrl+Alt combination is treated by Windows as equivalent to AltGr, and so may result in typed characters appearing when pressed in text fields.
These settings control logging of HTTP requests and responses. Logging can be configured per-tool or for all Burp traffic.
These settings let you configure where Burp stores its temporary files.
By default, Burp creates a directory within the temporary file location provided by the platform. You can modify this behavior to use a custom directory - for example, on a different volume, or which is not world-readable.
On Mac OS X, you may find that the default temporary file location is sometimes cleared following system hibernation, causing Burp to lose its temporary files. You can resolve this problem by configuring a custom location for Burp to store its temporary files.
Changes to this setting take effect the next time Burp starts up.
[Pro version] These settings let you configure Burp to save a backup of all tools' state and configuration in the background at a configurable interval, and also optionally on exit.
Using these options means you will generally have a recent backup copy of your work in the event that Burp exits abnormally. If you have configured the target scope for your work, you can use the "Include in-scope items only" to reduce the amount of data that must be saved.
[Pro version] See the Task Scheduler help.
You can help improve Burp by submitting anonymous feedback about Burp's performance.
Feedback only contains technical information about Burp's internal functioning, and does not identify you in any way. If you do report a bug, you can help us diagnose any problems that your instance of Burp has encountered by including your debug ID.
Get help from other users, at the Burp Suite User Forum:
This release contains various new features and enhancements.
The Scanner has been updated with the ability to detect cross-site request forgery vulnerabilities. The Scanner logic for the detection of XSS and SQL injection vulnerabilities has been further enhanced. Burp's use of temporary files has been updated to use a small number of large temporary files, rather than an individual file for each saved HTTP request and response.