Burp Suite is an integrated application with various tools put together to perform security testing of Web applications. Burp Suite covers the entire penetration testing process, right from the mapping phase through to identifying and exploiting vulnerabilities. The various tools part of Burp Suite include Burp proxy, Burp spider, Burp intruder, Burp repeater, Burp sequencer and Burp decoder and comparer. Burp Suite is available as both free and Pro versions. It can be downloaded from
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a ready reference to Burp Suite’s tool library. As we move through these Burp Suite tutorials, our
PDFs will demonstrate how to make use of Burp Suite’s features seamlessly for your web app testing
This is the first tutorial in our Burp Suite guide series that will help you understand the framework and make use of the extensive features in various scenarios. This tutorial gives you an overview of the basics and explains how to use proxy, spider, site scope and sitemap tools within Burp Suite for security testing of Web apps.
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The first part of our Burp Suite tutorial series covered the basics of Burp Suite. In the second part, we look at the use of Burp Suite’s integral intruder and repeater modules to help customize attacks on Web apps via SQLi and XSS bugs.
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installment of this guide along with our Burp Suite PDF tutorials for offline reference.
After the examination of how to test a Web application for XSS vulnerabilities and SQL injection vulnerabilities in our previous installments, the third and final installment of our Burp Suite training tutorial will teach you how to analyze tokens, decode requests and compare responses using Burp Suite tools. In this part of our tutorial, we will cover Burp Suite: sequencer, decoder and comparer.
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Suite tutorial in PDF format along with the rest of our Burp Suite PDF tutorials for offline
This was first published in May 2012