Log Requests to SQLite
This extension keeps a trace of every HTTP request that has been sent via BURP, in an SQLite database. This is useful for keeping a record of exactly what traffic a pen tester has generated.
The database is created as LogRequestsToSQLite.db in your home directory.
There are the following configuration options in the menu bar:
- Log only requests from defined target scope.
- Exclude image resource requests.
- Pause the current logging operation.
- Change the DB file during a Burp working session.
- Obtain statistics about the information logged in the database.
|Last updated||22 September 2021|
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