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Writing Burp Suite Macros and Plugins

Writing Burp Suite Macros and Plugins
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2 Hours 48M | 532 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn how to write Burp Suite macros and extensions in different languages. Understand the Burp API, its supporting classes and structure in order to equip yourself in writing customized Burp functionality for your developer and pentester needs.

Harness the power of Burp Suite to cater to all of your pentesting needs. In this course, Writing Burp Suite Macros and Plugins, you will learn how to create customized Burp Suite functionality that fits any special business requirement. First, you will uncover the secrets of using Burp Macros to assist you with automated testing. Then, you will dive into how you can write Burp Extensions in both Java and Python languages. Next, you will cover Burp Macros for automating Logins, populating CSRF tokens, and solving CAPTCHA puzzles. Additionally, you will gain an understanding of the Burp API in Java and Python languages by looking at several examples of Burp plugins along with challenge exercises for you to complete in writing Burp extensions. Finally, you will learn how to automate Burp Macros and Extensions into your DevOps build process. By the end this course, you will know how to perform these techniques at a comfortable and efficient level to better perform your job as a pen tester or developer.


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