The proxy tab is going to allow us to interact with requests and responses in real time and investigate the proxy history. This is the tab i will use most as it contains all of my latests requests and can also handle websockets in the pro version of burp.
This is the basic landing tab of the proxy page. In here we have several options
- Put intercept on/off, if we enable intercept it will stop any request (even the ones not in scope) and allow you to edit, forward or drop requests
- Action, which allows us to perform a selection of actions on the current request that is being held by the interceptor
- Open browser, which allows us to open a builtin chromium browser that will automatically have the proxy set propperly. One thing i don’t like about this browser is that it won’t remember any plugins you install or any passwords you save.
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