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ActiveScan++

ActiveScan++ extends Burp Suite's active and passive scanning capabilities. Designed to add minimal network overhead, it identifies application behaviour that may be of interest to advanced testers:

  • Potential host header attacks (password reset poisoning, cache poisoning, DNS rebinding)
  • Edge Side Includes
  • XML input handling
  • Suspicious input transformation (eg 7*7 => '49', \\ => '\' )
  • Passive-scanner issues that only occur during fuzzing (install the 'Error Message Checks' extension for maximum effectiveness)

It also adds checks for the following issues:

  • Blind code injection via expression language, Ruby's open() and Perl's open()
  • CVE-2014-6271/CVE-2014-6278 'shellshock' and CVE-2015-2080, CVE-2017-5638, CVE-2017-12629

Requirements:

Burp Suite Professional (version 1.6 or later) Jython 2.5 or later standalone: http://www.jython.org/downloads.html

Manual installation:

  1. 'Extender'->'Options'
  2. Click 'Select file' under 'Python environment'
  3. Choose jython-standalone-2.5.jar
  4. 'Extender'->'Extensions'
  5. Click 'Add'
  6. Change 'Extension Type' to Python
  7. Choose activeScan++.py
  8. Done!

Usage notes:

To invoke these checks, just run a normal active scan.

The host header checks tamper with the host header, which may result in requests being routed to different applications on the same host. Exercise caution when running this scanner against applications in a shared hosting environment.

Changelog:

1.0.19 20180815

  • Detect Razor template injection with @(7*7)

1.0.18 20180804

  • Try converting requests to XML for XXE
  • Detect CVE-2017-12611, CVE-2017-9805
  • Improve robustness

1.0.17 20180411

  • Detect interesting files: /.git/config and /server-status
  • This can be easily extended with your own checks

1.0.16 20180404

  • Detect Edge Side Includes

1.0.15 20171026

1.0.14 20170309

  • Detect the latest Struts2 RCE - CVE-2017-5638 / S2-045

1.0.13 20160411

  • Detect shell command injection via Perl open() calls
  • Fix bug that reduced efficiency by creating useless insertion points
  • Sadly remove the 'NullPointerException' feature
  • Fix bug that caused passive scanner issues to appear on HTTP instead of HTTPS
  • Reduce time-delay based check false positives

1.0.12 - 20151118

  • Trigger a fresh passive scan when an alternative code path is identified (combines well with the 'Error Message Checks' extension)

1.0.11 - 20150327

  • Detect misc code injection via suspicious input transformation (eg \x41->A)
  • Report when applications appear to handle XML input
  • Set Connection: close on outgoing requests for speed

1.0.10 - 20150327

1.0.9 - 20150225

  • Add tentative test for CVE-2015-2080
  • Remove dynamic code injection and RPO checks - these are now implemented in core Burp
  • Provide a useful error message when someone foolishly tries using Jython 2.7 beta

1.0.8 - 20141001

  • Add tentative test for CVE-2014-6278

1.0.7 - 20140926

  • Tweak test for CVE-2014-6271 for better coverage

1.0.6 - 20140925

  • Add a test for CVE-2014-6271

1.0.5 - 20140708

  • Add compatibility for Jython 2.5 (stable)
  • Improve cache poisoning detection
  • Add a cachebust parameter to prevent accidental cache poisoning
  • Misc. bugfixes

1.0.4 - 20140616

  • Prevent RPO false positives by checking page's DOCTYPE
  • Reduce host header poisoning false negatives

1.0.3 - 20140523

  • Prevent duplicate issues when saving/restoring state
  • Refactor: the passive scanner is now almost extensible
  • Improve expression language injection detection
  • Improve RPO regex

1.0.2 - 20140424

  • Thread safety related bugfixes

1.0.1 - 20140422

  • Minor bugfixes

1.0:

  • Release