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Monday, January 13, 2020

Enterprise Edition 2020.1

This release contains a number of valuable enhancements.

There is a new scan configuration library that replicates the Burp Suite Pro feature. You can:
  • View and manage built-in and custom scan configurations.
  • Configure detailed settings for crawling and auditing, as well as platform authentication and upstream proxy settings.
  • Import and export configurations in JSON format.

For each scan, you can now view full details of the individual URLs that were scanned, together with the numbers of issues, requests, and insertion points. You can drill into each URL to view the details of individual issues:

You can now download the scan event log, via the "More actions" button on the scan results page.

There is a new database migration tool that lets you migrate from the bundled database to an external database. See documentation on database migration.

There are various other enhancements and bug fixes:
  • Estimates of scan time remaining are now based on the duration of the preceding scan where applicable.
  • Scans that have not made any progress for 24 hours will be automatically canceled.
  • Issue details can now be retrieved from the aggregated issues list for scans created through the REST API when the site is not saved in the Sites tree.
  • Hover action buttons on the Sites tree are now available for users belonging to groups that have site restrictions configured.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Professional / Community 2.1.07

This release considerably improves Burp's SSL/TLS coverage.  Historically, quirks in different server-side implementations together with bugs in the client-side Java stack led to problems connecting to some web sites. These have now been virtually eliminated.

The Venn diagram below shows how Burp's coverage now compares with Google Chrome for the Alexa top 100,000 sites. Burp achieves substantial overlap with Chrome. Burp can connect to 1,696 sites that Chrome does not, and only fails to connect to 125 sites that Chrome can connect to.

(Note that Burp's additional coverage is largely because Burp tolerates some older and weaker protocols and ciphers, in the interests of maximizing connectivity.)

Various improvements have been made to the crawling phase of scans:
  • The event log contains improved feedback regarding account self-registration and login.
  • Crawling is more efficient, with substantially fewer requests needed to discover the same range of locations.
  • Various minor bugs have been fixed.
MD5: 54104165c200f275a5cf47455380f42e 
SHA256: b393de490ee2558d869158843ab423017381a352509b3963fbea868da120134d 

MD5: 91a0cd63c7eed4db69f0f5aa1f9350eb 
SHA256: 23ce776dcc1dcf3d3bf332180d112fd1a68345747e2ffc282a2d515efbbc2120
MD5: e5d8c8ec7fee48d4f569e707ea6b584b 
SHA256: 7efdb5f23da676969a2cbb02fb74f9428f4ffdc4a2764ad151bf52c76ff37dac 

MD5: e828e2b9478e3fc198e3007423ae7252 
SHA256: 6212892e0a775d04514401449dec0eb18c96c92d5ae1ea5a2e00160be0af1299 

MD5: d22900104f4ae2d7c48a496741ab2091 
SHA256: 3f18904e094693c411b9451d8dba8b79e9f5228de0a72752abdf3c28c414af80 

MD5: f4d417186edfaaa51d44814af1b04b16 
SHA256: 1a9a5a3144b3e8086bf9b386dc400cefaaf95e668c601e566d31226c7420b57d 

MD5: af688c0c3c25da8690694e676baa5044 
SHA256: ee8567171cd03f9a139f778bca1acaaaf685aa45afcc0c65e619bafdbe3c93af
MD5: 977fb20d5cf90b936f0ab1b58c695be1 
SHA256: 34733e4b406fc581bc0dfbeebb985f4f3d1d3138271326ed4e43093a5d62e01f 

Friday, November 22, 2019

Professional 2.1.06

This release includes various bugfixes and performance enhancements to the new experimental browser-driven scanning feature.

MD5: fe961272897736d37a2eab4cdb048416 
SHA256: 2f94055e1424fd2f95f2bc1b5d8d28f4daafd37fca1fbde9b4ae739a34fbfcfd 

MD5: 29ee610944b99116015b44f555c725d5 
SHA256: d3ce308937a0af1b7961d49bd9b39f980c0320f59f0821548dfb45ee2b15b4e3 

MD5: 174bc7b950686172452ef806cb9a22cc 
SHA256: e0d147b799bdf4d146dcbd0853874a115c15fbfc0cc8d267efa3f0a00535bc46
MD5: c3b510493a0872cb3ac8612a24f55e85 
SHA256: 68b129ce5b7e40587919d3085ace003fcb64283e4ba3cb9753aa1db9b5930dc4 

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Enterprise Edition 1.1.04

This release includes various enhancements and bugfixes:
  • The page for a folder in the Sites tree now includes a Scans tab, showing scans for all the sites in the selected folder.
  • When creating a new site and selecting the folder to add it to, you can now search for the folder by name.
  • When creating a new scan and selecting the site to scan, you can now search for the site by name.
  • When viewing issues in the aggregated issues view, there is now a preview pane where you can view details of the selected issue, and perform actions such as creating a Jira ticket.
  • A bug that caused Burp Suite Enterprise Edition to leak file handles in some situations has been resolved.

Professional 2.1.05

This release adds experimental support for using Burp's embedded Chromium browser to perform all navigation while scanning.

This new approach will provide a robust basis for future capabilities in Burp Scanner, enabling it to eventually deal with any client-side technologies and navigational structures that a modern browser is able to deal with. It has the potential to dramatically improve coverage of the scan, during both the crawling and auditing phases.

In this initial release, Burp Scanner now correctly deals with:
  • Applications that dynamically construct the navigational UI (links and forms) using JavaScript.
  • Applications that dynamically mutate the request when a link is clicked or a form is submitted, using JavaScript event handlers.
There are numerous caveats at this stage:
  • Performance is poor and will be improved considerably over the next few releases.
  • Navigational elements other than links and forms are not yet supported (such as DIV elements with an onclick handler that makes a request).
  • Asynchronous requests such as XHR are honored during navigation but are not audited.
  • Navigational actions that mutate the existing DOM without causing a request to the server are not properly handled.
  • Frames and iframes are not properly supported.
  • File uploads are not supported.
The new feature is currently experimental, and is being released to gather feedback from users who want to play with the new capability and assess its effectiveness. The new feature is not currently a suitable replacement for the existing default scanning mode: you are likely to gain some coverage of JavaScript-heavy applications, but also lose some coverage and experience poor performance. Rest assured that over the coming months the new feature will be considerably enhanced until it becomes a robust and superior replacement to the existing scanning mode.

To enable experimental support for browser-based scan navigation, create a new scan, add a crawl configuration, and under "Miscellaneous" select "Use embedded browser for navigation". You can also configure whether to allow the browser to fetch page resources that are out-of-scope.

The release also includes various other bugfixes. The embedded JRE that is included in Burp's installer has been updated to Java 12.

MD5: 1dc02e1b39828540b97b8d3a2de804a1 
SHA256: b99cd745fc6dfdf4d8795728988e17e8a36a7c87e74d7b647bd42c16366ee0bf
MD5: f81ce6416c2980d6b0c4076bd666b50b 
SHA256: 997b0efff89391bc11c7a5415a126a028a398919cc83ea2f20bf86032e578fe8 

MD5: ae885a494177657fb2cbc1138532a086 
SHA256: a223261d76e832cfac0d51f4d01c575a87506714461374dd0f162aa2c481fcdf 

MD5: e55173f47097f14e62e86cd2bebeee81 
SHA256: f2105ec4fd4ba8ff8d8f0ee295fe87be15703244fa3304b9af7c54d7807dbc12 

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Enterprise Edition 1.1.03

This release adds some new dashboard views.

There is a new site-level dashboard showing various information about the issues that have been found for the site, and its security posture over time. There are new tabs on the site page that let you switch between the dashboard, scan history, issues, and site details:

The sites area has new aggregated issues views. For a selected folder (or for all sites), this view shows all of the issues from the latest scans grouped by issue type. You can expand each aggregated issue to view the details of individual occurrences, and you can filter the view by severity, date, and whether issues are new or regressed:

Various performance improvements have been made. The sites page now loads considerably faster, and large folders are collapsed by default.

Various bugs have been fixed.

Friday, September 27, 2019

Professional / Community 2.1.04

This release includes a number of minor enhancements and bugfixes.

In Burp Repeater, there are new options to close a tab, close all other tabs, and reopen a closed tab. You can access these actions via the context menu on the tab header, or by assigning hotkeys.

There is a new (default-on) scan option to ignore the protocols of URLs to scan. This is to avoid a  common user error where the scan is configured for only, while it needs also to include

When a Burp update is available, there are options to mute the update notification for one week, for the currently offered update, or for all beta updates.

A bug affecting use of PKCS#11 smart cards affecting Burp 2.x has been fixed.

MD5: 51bfec354f1dbcefb274f265037ca360 
SHA256: fd97f9959dd0d073b77cbd951896f24cc3915905df624c79f3b66556f2305c70 

MD5: 28868a5e1eeee5cacd60053287d80826 
SHA256: 795ce10638fb289144c6882ef10c5c1007ed6b428b41667455267b3aefa2f8eb
MD5: a4fb6c9fb7cf07e57b3eff12150e495d 
SHA256: 1a74519b7842bbcfb64e052112b8a6d312b8fe055d72abd9265c0c39e9f3407e 

MD5: feadf07a9c5de8be85a757ccbd5ec8dd 
SHA256: d8925c52edb25a37a62afd87b4d947d3c169a7901b5dc8edf62c3654c0e558b8
MD5: 9a98ca432d13f60941345073d648010d 
SHA256: 8a726a017f23884af79d1e3dd87d7d41d40a92191ce9cc63c51c66034f39365a 

MD5: dca0508ddd7f7ac5b41f229bd8f8e778 
SHA256: 96abf8db5f33adf7be721b2b67b349989f410c82847b41fc12e603e0236fb84c 

MD5: a081eed3f18082303beb1269b18c14bb 
SHA256: e687c1276559a9c9079f7fa1ea740d7418f4517e1692050ebcdbadc51eb6f17d 

MD5: a8ad6bf7c6912f28739ea6bac289538b 
SHA256: 8777c3e431d193a6b5112976b9ac2c48cf698cf55aa02cc55ca38a692e6cf09b 

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Enterprise Edition 1.1.02

This release adds folder-level dashboards, with charts summarizing the scan results and security posture for all sites within a folder of the site tree:

In a large organization with many sites and folders, the new folder-level dashboards let you drill down into parts of the organization and understand the vulnerabilities and trends within each area.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Professional 2.1.03

This release adds a brand new scan check, for HTTP request smuggling vulnerabilities:

This is a long-overlooked vulnerability class that is prevalent in modern cloud architectures, and which often has a critical impact.
MD5: 93e26a70502cdced018447b75b6d1db9 
SHA256: d78ac38c1ced813ab64741c1dda00cc1ee1f7e5cb872f9fbd427bb61cc27ccf4 

MD5: 2634b53f97bcb4ad5ad7307e484a1f02 
SHA256: e42be0e7e84ed8126ff45806f51f9156433c7f13f06d8b54b58ab8b46a7f5655 

MD5: ee15c0a57c5e377f5179938688640a15 
SHA256: 6e365198d0877cd99dc677949024d09fc77317319479b940e2a620f6076b6e4a
MD5: a523245d6e7bcc8d1f47eb2fee583d0b 
SHA256: 91925e3a5adfde06f5157aa5eb2b211ec3c0ecfafd41d818fb2686691642d898 

Friday, July 26, 2019

Professional / Community Edition 2.1.02

The support for WebSockets in Burp Repeater has been enhanced with a new WebSocket connection wizard that lets you:
  • Attach to an existing WebSocket that is currently open.
  • Reconnect to a WebSocket that has closed.
  • Clone a WebSocket.
  • Manually configure a new WebSocket connection.

The new capability gives you full manual control over the WebSocket negotiation request.

Some other minor enhancements have also been made:
  • When creating a new project on disk, Burp will now automatically suggest a project filename, based on the project name and a timestamp.
  • When loading a configuration file for project or user options, Burp now warns if the file doesn't contain any options of the relevant type.
  • Various minor bugs have been fixed.
MD5: 7d5fc1e1bdbcba54328cc3e012cd87b0 
SHA256: 5d3ea613fe6e75f71917b14274558005a030f67d037602ea4bd7577ca763d800 

MD5: 949a6588d1fbaa946c88a28a2a222085 
SHA256: e9ac253770fe716abee8cd1985494d065e2efd00df0b433187afc1bec508a432 

MD5: 1b174a774c851980ac07457256d51791 
SHA256: b315119b1620daffb126b772afd9a267ce9cc558e9bd722cf8f7670a7c9a0a8e
MD5: 8b56bec4af6ae52a37756ad933dc5345 
SHA256: 48008f15285a39abf7f08a24dfcf775bd0815622610c6277115ea91ad9e50ba2 

MD5: 4f6de1361017663a46d57f2abf4468d4 
SHA256: a8128fa63074b41b4ef50c4f1a1f0291d56b763386be4546932e92edb33c04cc 

MD5: 0dc345a621287629c853440aa5fd15f3 
SHA256: 5ac76defbbcaccbe1c6fff6a6469fa6840280352ba0b07762e3edd595c1670f5 

MD5: 8295dac863961c6421c7d8b3df299f6f 
SHA256: 5609ce6f8b9fcdaa8a403a40135457385b61d6cd2389d2053d8206b4b15073e0
MD5: 76364c03b9c50543720ff4510aaa0bd5 
SHA256: 075109fb47217152b9872c3c2e7c4c89edf0a0c3cf9f2d97b8d611b89ca180d4