In order to access
http://burpsuite and download the CA certificate, your browser needs to be sending traffic through Burp's proxy listener. If you haven't already done so, you need to complete the steps to configure your browser to work with Burp.
If you did this already and were redirected to this page when you tried to access
http://burpsuite, something has gone wrong with your proxy settings. But don't worry, it should be easy to fix. Please try the following common solutions:
http://burpsuite, Burp needs to be running. Either restart Burp completely or open it if you haven't already.
In Burp, go to the "Proxy" > "Options" tab. In the "Proxy Listeners" panel, you should see an entry for the interface
127.0.0.1:8080 with the "Running" checkbox selected. If not, click the settings icon in the top-left of the panel and then "Restore defaults".
If the proxy listener is still not running, you might need to try using a different port.
By default, Burp's proxy listener uses port 8080. If you tried both of the previous steps and the proxy listener is still not running, port 8080 might not be available, for example, because it is already being used by another application. To try using a different port:
127.0.0.1:8080and click the "Edit" button. The "Edit proxy listener" dialog opens.
For more information, please refer to our documentation on Burp proxy options.
If you're still being redirected to this page after trying all of the above, please feel free to get in touch with our technical support team. You can contact us in various ways from our Support page.