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This tab is used to configure one or more payload sets. The number of payload sets depends on the attack type defined in the Positions tab. For many common tasks, such as fuzzing parameters, brute force guessing a user's password, or cycling through page identifiers, only a single payload set is needed.

The configuration steps needed to configure a payload set are as follows:

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Monday, October 19, 2015


This release updates Burp to include a security fix in the BlazeDS library that Burp uses for parsing AMF messages, and disables AMF support by default.

Burp's cookie jar has been updated to support the cookie path attribute.

The functions to save and restore state now include options for handling the unique identifier that Burp uses to track interactions with Burp Collaborator.

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