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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 

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Enterprise Edition 1.1.01

This release contains a new database backup feature. This is currently only available when using the internal bundled database (H2).

Automatic backups are enabled by default. The following options can be configured:
  • The number of backups to store.
  • The backup schedule.
  • The location to store backup files (this is configured during installation).
You can also trigger a manual database backup at any time.

A number of minor bugs have also been fixed.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Professional / Community Edition 2.1.01

This release adds support for WebSockets in Burp Repeater.

You can select a WebSocket message in the Proxy history or intercept tab, and choose "Send to Repeater" from the context menu:

Each message you send to Repeater opens in a new tab. Here, you can manually edit and send the message, view the full message history, pick a message from the history and manually edit and resend it, and manage the WebSocket connection:

As always, feedback about this new feature is welcome.

Have fun!

MD5: bde66745bfb3a963ad70e3378f76a1f7 
SHA256: ef9582ecf82c1f639929b955a46570ca4556fdc6375d83698d88320ea01db607
MD5: fe16c5892d0db11c4973eaaf2eefa252 
SHA256: a9e8b7a42fb17adb718f42697dac9dd2e0404caa9990068a4f08af63fa0271a6 

MD5: 07592aeb5a781f514dccfdfcdeaa3087 
SHA256: a42ea2400a6392097301bc5d886ac1f173a24a921cad68b15deca25862d5657b 

MD5: 92016f2640f5ce902bb2b1e929f976ab 
SHA256: 3ad64b373c50f61a278692f3720e9967d4efd5372c3bea4c5eed61996d18d819 

MD5: ad549e6ec46d029d043643d81c0fa6a0 
SHA256: 720c78a15ffe25513a3e92727e7072e7ea086d19c46564b7167894a9b8c8e30d
MD5: 5ab3865355ad4142f8b7185559e0a61d 
SHA256: a9ec22204684f724658e9b3b68b3b84c9cc9d8842b5463beb60760fa33e498c6 

MD5: 9fe781a85de45bb477aa8f2dc05180b9 
SHA256: 18b8aa61ab15f406523973392ba9687a9a392ed196b17db91c09ffe960fac48e 

MD5: be1d8e80fa06582fdbe888a86f4c9659 
SHA256: 83284cb198a1a96a8956925a058cc3c4b370c5bfd7e73308c1ec68287a7288cf