Most other programs seem to have issues, but I feel like it's a cert pinning issue with iOS 13.5 rather than anything that would be able to be solved with Burp Suite. I'll post more information once I figure it out. Burp Version: 2020.5 Community Device: iPhone SE 2 (2020) iOS: 13.5. Using Burp Proxy. The Proxy tool lies at the heart of Burp's user-driven workflow, and gives you a direct view into how your target application works 'under the hood'.It operates as a web proxy server, and sits as a man-in-the-middle between your browser and destination web servers. To use Burp Proxy most effectively with HTTPS websites, you need to install this certificate as a trusted root in your browser's trust store. Burp will then use this CA certificate to create and sign a TLS certificate for each host that you visit, allowing you to browse HTTPS URLs as normal. Burp Suite is one of the tools our consultants frequently use when diving into a web application penetration test. Intercepting SSL/TLS connections works seamlessly 95% of the time. This tutorial aims to help with the 5% of the time where Burp Suite won’t play nice and will throw a javax.net.ssl.SSLException. SAN Scanner - SAN Scanner is a Burp Suite extension for enumerating associated domains & services via the Subject Alt Names section of SSL certificates. Vulnerability Specific Extensions Cross-site scripting.
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Recently I was trying to test a web service. The traffic was over SSL/TLS and everything was fine. As I am better with Burp than SoapUI, I wanted to use Burp as a proxy for SoapUI. This should be an easy matter. Burp will create a custom certificate (signed by its root CA) for each site and effectively Man-in-the-Middle the connection. But this time it was different, I was getting the dreaded
Peer not Authenticated error. This meant that SoapUI did not recognize Burp's custom certificate.
I Googled and found some solutions such as adding Burp's CA to my certificate store (already done), adding it to SoapUI's keystore (didn't work) or using custom versions of SoapUI created for exactly this reason (again didn't work).
Burp Suite Ssl Error
After a suitably long period of weeping and gnashing of teeth I achieved salvation.
Here's how to do it:
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Set Burp as proxy for SoapUI.
In SoapUI go to
File > Preferences > Proxy Settings.
Modify target address to http from https
2.a. In SoapUI, modify the
2.b. Modify the WSDL and change
wsdl:address locationsimilarly and import it into SoapUI.
Edit Burp's listener and check
Force use of SSLunder
Notice that the
Redirect to portinput field will be automatically populated with 443. If your service endpoint is using a different port, modify that accordingly.
Now you can send requests from SoapUI and intercept them in Burp. Responses will appear in both SoapUI and Burp like any proxied application.
Be sure to remove the
Force use of SSLafter you are done. Otherwise you will be wondering why gmail is available under http in your browser (like
mesomeone I know).