By default, Burp remembers all configuration options when you close Burp down, and restores these when Burp is next run. You can modify this behavior via the following items in the Burp menu:
The options panels throughout Burp have "Restore defaults" buttons that you can use to restore default settings for individual panels.
You can also use the Save and restore state functions to save and restore configuration options. These functions lets you save state files containing settings for particular situations, and restore these when required.
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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.