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How create xml report file via Burp Suite

1. Reproduce the vulnerability using Burp Suite

2. Proxy - HTTP History tab should contain at least 3 HTTP requests

  • First request with page contents for CSRF exploitation
  • Second request – the actual exploitation of CSRF vulnerability
  • Third request with page contents after CSRF exploitation

3. Add comments to request, as shown below

How create xml report file via Burp Suite
4. Select the requests and save them into file

How create xml report file via Burp Suite
5. Send the saved file using report form.

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