Burp Suite 2020.11.1 freeware
... to support the entire testing process, from initial mapping and analysis of an application's attack surface, through to finding and exploiting security vulnerabilities. ...
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||application development, web application assessment, web application verifier, web application, assess, development|
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|2020.11.1||Nov 19, 2020||New Release||Burp Suite Navigation Recorder preinstalled in the embedded browser
The Burp Suite Navigation Recorder extension is now preinstalled and ready to use in Burp’s embedded browser. This means you can immediately start recording login sequences for Burp Scanner without having to perform any manual setup.
Embedded browser upgrade
Burp's embedded browser has been upgraded to Chromium version 86.0.4240.198
This release fixes a bug that sometimes prevented Burp from starting properly. Relaunching Burp after a previously failed startup attempt would cause the startup to fail again when loading an existing project.
|2020.9.2||Oct 2, 2020||New Release||This release enables support for recorded login sequences in Burp Scanner and provides several other minor improvements. It also includes a security fix for Burp Collaborator.
Recorded login sequences:
Instead of entering basic sets of login credentials for Burp Scanner to use, you can now provide the full sequence of actions required to log in. This enables Burp Scanner to handle more complex login processes, including:
Multi-step login where the username and password are not entered in the same form
Login forms that contain extra fields, checkboxes, and so on
Our dedicated Chrome extension captures your actions while you perform the login sequence and generates a JSON-based "script". You can then import this script in the Application Logins section of the scan launcher. When the crawler begins an authenticated crawl, it will open a new browser session and use the script to replicate your actions, performing the full login sequence from scratch.
|2020.8.1||Aug 21, 2020||New Release||After several months of live testing, we are pleased to announce that this release enables browser-powered scanning by default.
To run browser-powered scanning efficiently, we recommend a machine with at least 2 CPU cores and 8 GB RAM. Burp Scanner automatically checks whether your machine appears to meet these requirements and will use the embedded browser if possible. Otherwise, scans will revert to the previous crawling engine.
If you prefer, you can also manually enable/disable browser-powered scanning in your scan configuration.