Piper makes integrating external tools into Burp easier.
In true Unix fashion, small things that do one thing and do it well can be connected together like building blocks to aid quick experimentation. By lowering the level of coupling, any programming language can be used as long as it can accept inputs on the standard input or as command line parameters.
Extending message editors for new formats or integrating a better comparator/diff tool is as simple as filling a short form with the command line and some details with sensible defaults.
Useful configs can be shared using the the textual YAML format, the defaults already contain some simple examples.
|Last updated||17 April 2020|
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