URL-matching rules are used in various locations within Burp, to define URL-based scoping for various functions, such as general Target scope, the scope of individual functions like live scanning, URLs returning streaming responses, and the scope of session handling rules.
Each URL-matching rule can specify various features of the URLs that will be matched. For a URL to match the rule, it must match all of the features that are specified by the rule. The following items can be configured:
Often, the easiest way to create a URL-matching rule is to copy the relevant URL to the clipboard from elsewhere (either your browser or from a request within Burp), and click the "Paste URL" button on the URL-matching rule dialog. This will create a rule that matches this URL, and also any others that have this URL as a prefix (Burp places a wildcard at the end of the file expression). You can then manually edit the rule if required, to fine-tune the URLs that are matched.
You can also use the "Load ..." button to load a list of items from a text file. Each item in list should be either a URL or a hostname, and Burp will create an appropriate rule for each item.
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This release adds a new scan check for external service interaction and out-of-band resource load via injected XML stylesheet tags. Burp now sends XML payloads containing injected stylesheet tags targeting a URL on the Collaborator server, and reports an appropriate issue based on any observed interactions (DNS or HTTP) that reach the Burp Collaborator server.
The release also fixes some issues.