CPH provides a simple way to modify any part of an HTTP message, allowing manipulation with surgical precision even when using macros. Typically, macros only support HTTP parameters (name=value), but with this extension anything can be targeted.
Source and bug reporting: github.com/elespike/burp-cph.
Requires Jython version 2.7.0
|Last updated||10 April 2019|
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