Capturing items (unique requests) from the Burp Suite tools (Proxy, Repeater, Target). Request unique key is defined as follows: target (host, port, protocol), path and method.
Items have following editable properties:
status (Blocked, Done, Ignored, In progress, New, Postponed)
Items can be filtered by:
tags (there are two filtering modes: AND - item has to have all filtering tags OR - item has to have at least one of the filtering tags)
Exclude requests from capture based on the path extension or response status code
Selected items can be sent to the Burp Suite tools: Intruder, Repeater or Scanner
Selected item is displayed in the full functional Burp Suite HTTP message editor
Path patterns - unique key of the request is defined by target, path and method. However it can be usefull to define path pattern (regexp) to consider different requests as the same item (e.g. /article/\d+?/comments path pattern groups following requests: /article/1/comments, /article/2/comments, /article/100/comments, etc.)
Optionally, items and path patterns can be persisted to keep the state between Burp Suite launches
Create a new project or use existing one
If you want to keep state between Burp Suite launches, choose a file where to store data (Progress -> Options -> Database -> Save as...)
Now items are automatically saved/updated in the SQLite database, and state will be automatically restored after Burp Suite reopening
Database - selects file to persist items and path patterns
Scope tools - enables items capturing for selected Burp Suite tools (Proxy, Repeater, Target)
Excluded extensions - requests with these path extensions won't be processed
Excluded status codes - responses (and related requests) with these status codes won't be processed
Overwrite duplicate items - the current item will be replaced by the newest duplicate (state of the item is preserved)
Process only in-scope requests
Set In progress status when sending item to tool
04 March 2020
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