Last updated: July 20, 2021
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You need to create a "site" in Burp Suite Enterprise Edition to represent each website or web application that you want to scan and track. You also manage several settings on a site-by-site basis. The "Sites" page contains a list of sites, known as the site tree. You can create folders and subfolders to organize the site tree into a more manageable, hierarchical structure. Later, we'll also show you how you can manage user authorizations based on folders.
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. At the moment, the "Sites" page is empty, so let's get to work adding our first site.
portswigger-labs.net/. If you wanted to enter multiple URLs for the same site, you could add "Included URLs" in the advanced options, but we're only using one URL for now.
/index_files/on our dummy site might contain some sensitive information. To be on the safe side, let's exclude it from scans. Expand the "Advanced options" section and, under "Excluded URLs", enter
portswigger-labs.net/index_files/. All scans on this site will now skip this path.
Now you've got your first site set up in Burp Suite Enterprise Edition, let's try creating a scan. Click "Next" to continue the wizard.