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Burp’s efficient testing workflow lets you find key vulnerabilities quickly.

You have full visibility and control of every action that Burp performs, letting you quickly find and probe the most promising attack surface.

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Uncover invisible security flaws using Burp Collaborator

Burp’s unique out-of-band technology can reveal serious vulnerabilities that are impossible to detect using conventional means.

Burp sends payloads designed to trigger network interactions with the external Burp Collaborator server, allowing detection of numerous hidden vulnerabilities.

Burp has payloads aimed at finding numerous categories of vulnerabilities, including SQL injection, OS command injection, and blind cross-site scripting. These can detect completely invisible vulnerabilities where there is no error message or other evidence in the application's responses, and where it is not even possible to cause a time delay.

Vulnerabilities that are triggered after scanning is completed can even be reported retrospectively, when the interaction eventually occurs.

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Automate repetitive tasks

Harness the power of your computer to automate as much of your work as possible, leaving you free to focus on the most interesting and high-value testing tasks.

  • Use Burp Scanner to probe applications for over 150 different types of vulnerability.
  • Use Burp Intruder to automate custom attacks against application functions.

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