Friday, November 11, 2016


This release adds support for the .NET platform in the Burp Infiltrator tool.

To use Burp Infiltrator on .NET applications, go to Burp menu / Burp Infiltrator, and select the .NET option in the export wizard. For more details, see the Burp Infiltrator documentation.

The new .NET version of Burp Infiltrator works in the same way as the existing Java version. It supports languages written in C#, VB, and any other .NET languages. It supports versions 2.0 and later of the .NET framework.

To patch .NET applications, Burp Infiltrator makes use of bytecode assembly and disassembly tools. These can be either: (a) the ilasm and ildasm tools that are distributed with the .NET framework and the Windows SDK tools, respectively; or (b) the ilasm and monodis tools that are distributed with mono. You must specify the location of the assembly and disassembly tools during the patching process. Note that the version of the assembly tool must match the version of the .NET framework that the bytecode is targeting, to ensure compatibility.
MD5: 707d6a1f09af1de03286628d2989640e
SHA256: 9ed9d0f3bff9a777599245266de6f304e2ab82d03b2703fabfaf2bb781b32b66

MD5: 778f62d8c36820172d41bc261617bb2f
SHA256: 590f4665b2f09dce3e0396888d58efce6b7459705ac9edcfdf552c6b661f3d8d

MD5: bd3e47d505186329daa7ccd65fcb4447
SHA256: 936d8ab8d8ca5545186763204d5f83e0961608037d26ba1c472ddad58f9dbd79

MD5: 915cd98a93bce088540bdb3255f35d67
SHA256: 9a103b0666fecab997dec65779a5ea4cbb88c2c1a00b209eb8923647c8f91c7c

MD5: 98951da5d8e3280b4025e48dd189ec9b
SHA256: eda87ba8e143c3abc505d432d5e7643497151683f5e2081605296a9d853c1631