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Finding client-side prototype pollution with DOM Invader

20 June 2022 at 12:37
Last year we made it significantly easier to find DOM XSS, when we introduced a brand new tool called DOM Invader. This year, we've improved DOM Invader to make finding CSPP (client-side prototype pol

How to see the impact installing BApps might have on Burp Suite

16 June 2022 at 13:50
If you've ever installed any Burp extensions from the BApp Store, you'll know that it's a great way to extend your capabilities and tailor Burp Suite to your every need. If you've not, then what are y

Launching the PortSwigginar

9 June 2022 at 23:00
Thank you to those who attended our recent PortSwigginar on Burp Suite Enterprise Edition. Below is the video of the session, which included; A recap on β€œwhat’s new” within the tool for those who have

Gin and Juice Shop: put your scanner to the test

16 May 2022 at 13:44
"Word". We heard that a lot of you have been having problems finding a truly dope vulnerable web application to wave your scanner at. As makers of the web's OG vulnerability scanner, we couldn't be le

Web Cache Entanglement – Novel Pathways to Poisoning

27 October 2020 at 16:07

We’ve previously covered his work concerning web cache poisoning and HTTP request smuggling which is intriguing for any software engineer to know about. This article will briefly highlight the main points about Web Cache Entanglement.

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