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Attack Target

This tab is used to configure the details of the target server for the attack. The required options are:

The easiest way to configure these details is to select the request you want to attack anywhere within Burp, and choose the "Send to Intruder" option on the context menu. This will send the selected request to a new tab in Intruder, and will automatically populate the Target and Positions tabs. 

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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

1.6.36

This release adds a new scan check for client-side template injection.

It is very common for applications that use AngularJS to incorporate user input into HTML responses within the client-side template. AngularJS has a long history of sandbox escapes that permit execution of arbitrary JavaScript via template expressions. Hence, when user input is echoed within AngularJS templates, it is frequently possible to perform XSS attacks using minimal syntax that is not usually sufficient to perform XSS, and so not blocked by input filters.

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