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Monday, April 25, 2016

1.7.02beta

This release improves the resilience of disk-based projects in situations where the operating system terminates abnormally.

Burp uses memory-mapped files for disk-based projects. The operating system has responsibility for synchronizing data held in memory with files on disk, and ensures eventual consistency even if an individual process crashes. However, if the operating system itself crashes, then some in-memory data may not be written to disk, leading to a partially corrupted project file. Burp now tries to reduce the impact of this event, by forcing the operating system to write to disk more frequently, and by reopening project files in a more fault-tolerant manner. We are continuing to investigate ways of avoiding data loss in the event of the operating system terminating abnormally, and expect to make further enhancements in future releases. For this reason only, we are continuing to describe the disk-based projects feature as being in beta.

MD5: 9ffbaf30d02f13dfca3f694a946147ba
SHA256: 48a2370ee0cac43d8aca3b97563c24b9b66fc65b9197a75282394900a5a8ad73

Monday, April 18, 2016

1.7.01beta

This release fixes a number of minor bugs:
  • A bug affecting the sending of some requests from Intruder to other tools when a disk-based project is being used.
  • A bug that could sometimes cause the SSL client certificates configuration UI to become corrupted when restoring settings that are not valid on the current machine.
  • A bug that could sometimes cause superfluous semicolons to be introduced into requests when manipulating cookie parameters via the API.
  • A bug that could very occasionally cause Burp Proxy's processing of HTTPS requests to stop working.
Although we are not aware of any significant bugs in version 1.7, this update is still officially a beta release, to allow more time for bugs to be identified.

Burp Suite Professional:

MD5: 2d75c238f00906dc415f8cb115399317
SHA256: 41fd0d33e0fce1d68c11100e6d1e73b85a97fd65a56c083b64411309ba39ac0f

Burp Suite Free Edition:

MD5: f645734ecd263ad713f024ca00fa0d15
SHA256: f5bb8e45b3a0873c64c443e9bf68f8ec90e682a544e335571398da039e81ebcb

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

1.7beta

This major release introduces several new features, including:
  • Burp projects
  • Burp configuration files
  • A new startup wizard
  • New APIs
  • New command line arguments
Full details about the new features can be found on the Burp projects blog post.

Note: This is a beta release and disk-based projects are an experimental feature. The release should be used with caution, as it may contain bugs that cause unexpected behavior including loss of data.

The release also fixes a bug in the Collaborator server that may cause loss of service if unexpected interaction data is received. Users who have deployed their own private Collaborator server should update to the latest version as soon as possible. The Collaborator server function in the new release may be regarded as stable and suitable for production use.

Burp Suite Professional:

MD5: 77b6daf566b4d5abdf5ff725edfbc946
SHA256: 4931f5d6351614a357a8ccb3edff5c9c4f9fe14cefb0966547187b2da93a0d45

Burp Suite Free Edition:

MD5: 9851e2c48ce91e6e9b47b789aec50245
SHA256: 6b02a74fa537504c8df4d7901cfe293a7ecb97aac91f06550498b7b73f382ea3