Burp Extension for AWS Sigv4 Signing
Add your Access Key, Secret Key, Region, and Service to the properties in the extension tab.
The extension will look for the "X-AMZ-Date" header in all requests being sent by Burp. If it finds a request, it will update the signature in the request. Your request must also have an Authorization header, which should be on all AWS signed requests.
More information about Sigv4 can be found here:
|Author||Eric Gruber, Will Strei and Andrey Rainchik|
|Last updated||18 October 2019|
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