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BurpCSJ extension release

As part of my research and talk titled "Augmented Reality in your web proxy" presented during the HackPra AllStars program / OWASP AppSec EU 2013  security conference in Hamburg, I decided to release a new Burp Pro extension which integrates Crawljax, Selenium and JUnit.

I decided to take this approach to increase application spidering coverage (especially for Ajax web apps), speed up complex test-cases and take advantage of the Burp Extender API.

Downloads
  • BurpCSJ extension JAR - download (all dependencies included)
  • BurpCSJ source code - github
  • "Augmented Reality in your web proxy" - presentation (slideshare)
Getting started
  1. Download BurpCSJ;
  2. Load BurpCSJ extension jar via the Extender tab;
  3. Choose the URL item from any Burp tab (e.g. target, proxy history, repeater); 
  4. Right click on the URL item;
  5. Choose menu item "Send URL to Crawljax";
  6. Crawljax will automatically start crawling the URL that you choose.
Tutorials


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Videos

BurpCSJ extension in action:










Comments

  1. Bellissimo, ottimo lavoro!
    I follow you with great fashinated interest on Twitter and in all your conferences.
    Thank you.
    Odisseus

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  2. Attempting to load extension within burp suite on OSX is generating an error. (java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError: burp/BurpExtender : Unsupported major.minor version 51.0)
    From what i can tell it is forcing a specific JDK (Java 7?). This will not load with a standard Java installation on OSX and requires updating to a somewhat unsupported Java 7. Can anything be done for compatibility for OSX users?

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    1. Hey, thanks for the feedback. I have not tested BurpCSJ on OSX so not sure what exactly could be the issue. Feel free to create a ticket on github: https://github.com/malerisch/burp-csj/issues with full stack trace so I can try to understand why it fails. Thanks.

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  3. Great work Roberto, can i also join your fan club? :)
    I heard italian hackers are the best at getting those little black boxes.

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