Burp Suite Cookbook: Web application security made easy with Burp Suite, 2nd Edition

Burp Suite Cookbook: Web application security made easy with Burp Suite, 2nd Edition

English | 2023 | ISBN: 978-1835081075 | 450 Pages | PDF, EPUB | 180 MB

Find and fix security vulnerabilities in your web applications with Burp Suite

Key Features

  • Set up and optimize Burp Suite to maximize its effectiveness in web application security testing
  • Explore how Burp Suite can be used to execute various OWASP test cases
  • Get to grips with the essential features and functionalities of Burp Suite
  • Purchase of the print or Kindle book includes a free PDF eBook

With its many features, easy-to-use interface, and fl exibility, Burp Suite is the top choice for professionals looking to strengthen web application and API security.

This book off ers solutions to challenges related to identifying, testing, and exploiting vulnerabilities in web applications and APIs. It provides guidance on identifying security weaknesses in diverse environments by using diff erent test cases. Once you’ve learned how to confi gure Burp Suite, the book will demonstrate the eff ective utilization of its tools, such as Live tasks, Scanner, Intruder, Repeater, and Decoder, enabling you to evaluate the security vulnerability of target applications. Additionally, you’ll explore various Burp extensions and the latest features of Burp Suite, including DOM Invader.

By the end of this book, you’ll have acquired the skills needed to confi dently use Burp Suite to conduct comprehensive security assessments of web applications and APIs.

What you will learn

  • Perform a wide range of tests, including authentication, authorization, business logic, data validation, and client-side attacks
  • Use Burp Suite to execute OWASP test cases focused on session management
  • Conduct Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) attacks with Burp Suite
  • Execute XML External Entity (XXE) attacks and perform Remote Code Execution (RCE) using Burp Suite’s functionalities
  • Use Burp to help determine security posture of applications using GraphQL
  • Perform various attacks against JSON Web Tokens (JWTs)