This is a Burpsuite plugin for importing directory bruteforcing results into Burp for futher analysis. This is an alternative to proxying bruteforcing tools through Burp to catch the results.
It is modularized for easily adding parsing of different bruteforcing tools. To create a new parser make a new class that extends BaseParser and implement the parseDirectory method. This takes a line from the bruteforce tool output file and returns a URL for burpsuite to use.
|Last updated||13 June 2019|
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