BChecks worked examples
Last updated: March 1, 2024
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BChecks are defined by importing
.bcheck files into Burp Suite Professional. This section provides some example definitions that correspond to real-world use cases, and breaks down how each definition works to help you design your own scan checks.
These examples are also available as templates when you create a BCheck in Burp Suite Professional. You can use them as the basis for your new check, and edit them as required.
The examples in this section use Python-style indentation for readability. However, indentation is entirely optional when writing BCheck definitions.
In this section
- Host check
- Path check
- Response-level (passive) check
- Insertion point check
- Collaborator-based check
- Log4Shell check
- Server-side prototype pollution check
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