BurpBounty – Active and Passive Scan Check Builder

BurpBounty permits you, in a speedy and basic way, to enhance the active and passive burpbounty suite scanner by methods for customized rules through an exceptionally natural graphical interface. Through a propelled pursuit of examples and a change of the payload to send, we can make our own particular issue profiles both in the active scanner and in the passive.

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Usage Of BurpBounty

1. Config section

  • Profile Manager: you can manage the profiles, enable, disable o remove any of them.
  • Select Profile: you can choose any profile, for modify it and save.
  • Profiles reload: you can reload the profiles directory, for example, when you add new external profile to directory.
  • Profile Directory: you choose the profiles directory path.

2. Payloads

  • You can add many payloads as you want.
  • Each payload of this secction will be sent at each entry point (Insertion points provided by the burpbounty api)
  • You can choos multiple Enocders. For example, if you want encode the string alert(1), many times (in descendent order):
    • Plain text: alert(1)
    • HTML-encode all characters: alert(1)
    • URL-encode all characters: %26%23%78%36%31%3b%26%23%78%36%63%3b%26%23%78%36%35%3b%26%23%78%37%32%3b%26%23%78%37%34%3b%26%23%78%32%38%3b%26%23%78%33%31%3b%26%23%78%32%39%3b
  • If you choose “URL-Encode these characters” option, you can put all characters that you want encode with URL.

3. Grep – Match

  • For each payload response, each string, regex or payload (depending of you choose) will be searched with the specific Grep Options.
  • Grep Type:
    • Simple String: search for a simple string or strings
    • Regex: search for regular expression
    • Payload: search for payloads sended
    • Payload without encode: if you encode the payload, and you want find for original payload, you should choose this
  • Grep Options:
    • Negative match: if you want find if string, regex or payload is not present in response
    • Case sensitive: Only match if case sensitive
    • Not in cookie: if you want find if any cookie attribute is not present
    • Content type: you can specify one or multiple (separated by comma) content type to search the string, regex or payload. For example: text/plain, text/html, …
    • Response Code: you can specify one or multiple (separated by coma) HTTP response code to find string, regex or payload. For example. 300, 302, 400, …

4. Write an Issue

  • In this section you can specify the issue that will be show if the condition match with the options specified.
  • Issue Name
  • Severity
  • Confidence
  • And others details like description, background, etc.


So, the vulnerabilities identified so far, from which you can make personalized improvements are:

1- Active Scan

  • XSS reflected and Stored
  • SQL Injection error based
  • XXE
  • Command injection
  • Open Redirect
  • Local File Inclusion
  • Remote File Inclusion
  • Path Traversal
  • LDAP Injection
  • ORM Injection
  • XML Injection
  • SSI Injection
  • XPath Injection
  • etc

2- Passive Scan

  • Security Headers
  • Cookies attributes
  • Software versions
  • Error strings
  • In general any string or regular expression.

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