Burp Intruder Documentation
Burp Intruder is a powerful tool for automating customized attacks
against web applications. It can be used to automate all kinds of tasks that
may arise during your testing.
Use the links below for help about Burp Intruder:
Thursday, March 12, 2015
This release contains various bugfixes and minor enhancements, including:
- In the site map table, the "Method" column previously always showed GET for requests without a body, and POST for requests with a body, even if the actual method was different. This bug has now been fixed and the table shows the correct method.
- A bug which prevented client SSL certificates from being used when an upstream proxy is configured has been fixed.
- A bug which caused Decoder to fail to decode hex number HTML entities containing an upper-case X has been fixed.
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