*Phew*, burpdot is now up to version 0.5. I can’t really explain the relief I feel at getting this version out. Ever since David planted the idea of visualising Burp log files showing how URLs refer to one another he was always going on about “Hey, jQuery is easy right? Sure! You can build up a web interface right? That’ll only take you a couple of days?”. Well according to the network graph I’ve been making tiny commits to the work in progress branch for the past 2 months, only now have I merged it back in and voila.
The existing command line functionality should be exactly the same, but, if you set up your environment according to the documented dependancies then you should be able to simply run “./burpweb.rb” and open up http://localhost:8015.
Less words, more shows:
Tags: browser, burp, burpdot, development, Security, security assessment, visualisation, web application