Last updated: September 14, 2023
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In Burp Suite Enterprise Edition, the Sites page contains a list of sites that you have configured, which each represent a website or web application that you want to scan and track. You can click on a site to view more information about it.
Sites can be organized into a hierarchical tree structure using folders. You can set up the site tree however you want. For example, you might choose to group websites based on their geographical location or based on the different teams of developers that work on them. You can also restrict user access to certain parts of the site tree based on this folder structure.
You can add as many sites as you need at no extra cost. Burp Suite Enterprise Edition licenses are based around the number of concurrent scans you can run, not the number of sites added to the system.
Once you've run a few scans, the Sites page will also provide an overview of how many issues need your attention in each site or folder.
The filter buttons let you show or hide items based on particular features:
- Scanning shows the sites that are currently being scanned.
- Issues shows the sites that have problems that need your attention.
- Scan failures shows sites where the scan has failed.
If you want to see more information about a specific site, click on the site name to see the site-level view.
Depending on your permissions, you can also perform various actions using the icons to the right of each site or folder.
For folders, you can:
- Create new sites and subfolders within the folder.
- Delete the folder and all of its contents.
For sites, you can:
- View the results for the most recent scan of the site.
- Schedule a new scan of the site. For more information on setting up scheduled scans, see Managing scheduled scans.
- Delete the site.
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