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Generates intruder payloads using Radamsa. The version supports sniper attack type only.

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Extension AvailabilitySource CodeDependencies
https://github.com/portswigger/bradamsaRadamsa

How to configure this extension

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  1. Install Bradamsa on BApp Store. If you are willing to use the extension, get used to the Bradamsa pop-up every time you start Burp Suite.

  2. A new tab is created after installing Bradamsa. The default config looks as follows.

  3. To use this extension, install Radamsa on your system and make sure the binary is available at the location /usr/bin/radamsa. If the binary is present in a different place, update the same in the config.

  4. You can only use this extension in Sniper mode. If you want to fuzz an HTTP request to an application, send the request to Intruder.

    Select the position you want to fuzz. This extension only supports the Sniper attack type.

    Switch to the Payloads tab. In the Payload Sets section, select Extension-generated.

    In the Payload Options section, select Bradamsa as the generator.

    Click Attack

  5. By default, the Bradamsa payload generation count is set to 10. To increase the number of mutated input, increase the count according to your requirement.

When to use this extension?

The extension comes in handy when you try to fuzz an application to find interesting behavior. It’s not valuable for the everyday job (unless you are a person into fuzzing and love Burp Suite).

Burp Suite Github Tutorials

burp.sh

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#!/bin/bash
# [email protected]
# vie nov 8 08:45:35 CET 2013
# mar ene 21 23:14:46 CET 2014
java='$(which java)'
version='$($java -version 2>&1 head -1 cut -f2 -d')'
myself='$(realpath ${0#-*})'
workdir='$(dirname $myself)'
# ----------------------------------------------------
# MaxPerm sets the PermGen heap which is separate and
# in addition to the main heap space set with Xmx
# Its a good idea to assign the same value for
# Xms and Xmx
# ----------------------------------------------------
# -XX:+AggressiveHeap # heap allocator tunning
# -Xms3072M # initial heap space
# -Xmx3072M # maximum heap space
# -XX:PermSize=1024M # initial permanent space
# -XX:MaxPermSize=1024M # maximum permanent space
RAM='4096'
let PRAM='${RAM}/2'
JFLAGS='-Xms${RAM}M -Xmx${RAM}M -XX:PermSize=${PRAM}M -XX:MaxPermSize=$((PRAM*2))M -XX:+AggressiveHeap'
#JFLAGS='-Xmx${RAM}M -Xms${RAM}M -XX:+AggressiveHeap -XX:MaxPermSize=${PRAM}M'
JPROXY_SOCKS='-Dhttp.proxyHost=127.0.0.1 -Dhttp.proxyPort=9090'
JPROXY_HTTP='-Dhttp.nonProxyHosts='localhost 127.0.0.1 10.*.*.* *.foo.com''
JDEBUG='-Xdebug -agentlib:jdwp=transport=dt_socket,server=y,address=8000,suspend=n'
HEADLESS='-Djava.awt.headless=true'
# PermGemSpace does not exist in Java 1.8
[[ $version=~ 1.8 ]]
&& JFLAGS='-Xms${RAM}M -Xmx${RAM}M -XX:+AggressiveHeap'
# ---- BURP PRO ---------------------------------
cd$workdir
burpjarpro=$(ls burpsuite_pro*.jartail -1)
burpjarfree=$(ls burpsuite_free*.jartail -1)
burpjar='null.jar'
args=
echo
echo'[*] Starting Burp Suite'
echo'------------------------'
case'$1'in
debug)
echo' >> DEBUG mode selected'
JFLAGS='$JFLAGS$JDEBUG'
;;
socks)
echo' >> SOCKS mode selected'
JFLAGS='$JFLAGS$JPROXY_SOCKS'
;;
free)
echo' >> burp free selected'
burpjar='$burpjarfree'
;;
pro)
echo' >> burp pro selected'
burpjar='$burpjarpro'
;;
*)
echo' >> burp pro auto selected'
burpjar='$burpjarpro'
;;
esac
[[ -e$burpjar ]] {
echo' >> ERROR: cannot locate burp jar file';echo
exit 1
}
args='${JFLAGS} -jar ${burpjar}'
echo' >> java version=${version}'
echo' >> java options=${args}'
echo' >> burp cwd=${workdir}'
echo' >> burp jar=${burpjar}'
echo
${java}${args}&
exit$?

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