Last updated: January 29, 2024
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Burp Logger records all the HTTP traffic that Burp Suite generates in real-time. You can use Logger to:
- Study the requests sent by any of Burp's tools or extensions.
- See the requests sent by Burp Scanner in real-time.
- Examine the behavior of extensions.
- Study the requests sent with a session handling rule modification.
By default, Logger displays traffic generated by all the tools in Burp Suite. This includes modified requests, and requests sent by extensions. By contrast, the HTTP history only displays traffic from a browser that is proxied through Burp.
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