This extension passes along issues discovered by Burp to either stdout or an ElasticSearch database.
When running Burp via the UI, the extension configuration is always sourced from the Java Preferences store. Conversely, when running headless the configuration is always sourced from environment variables.
The environment variables are as follows:
Scan IDs are generated in the extension, and the end of a scan is detected via a cooldown period calculated from current user settings. Concurrent scan IDs are therefore not supported and the extension will consider concurrent scans to be part of a single, overall scan. In the future, if Burp attaches its own IDs to scans and announces the start/end of scans, this could be more accurate (and timely!).
Currently, authenticated access to ElasticSearch is not supported.
It's possible to switch output type while a scan is in progress. No special handling occurs; events after this point will be streamed to the latter output, i.e. it will be missing the start of the current scan.
|Author||Adam Piper, PortSwigger Web Security|
|Last updated||10 May 2017|
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