The History tab shows a list of all of the requests in the order in which they were made. For each request you can see:
|The request index - each request is numbered, starting at 1|
|The HTML method, e.g. GET or POST|
|The URL requested|
|The HTTP response code|
|A short summary of what the HTTP response code means|
|The length of time the whole request took|
|Any Alerts on the request|
|Any Notes you have added to request|
|Any Tags on the request|
The filter toolbar
A filter toolbar is provided which allows you to restrict which requests are displayed. Clicking on the Filter button displays the History Filter dialog. A summary of the filter currently applied is displayed to the right of the button.
Right click menu
Right clicking on a node will bring up a menu which will allow you to:
The Attack menu has the following submenus:
Include in Context
This menu allows you to include the selected nodes and all of their subordinates in the specified context. You also have the option to create a new context. The Session Contexts dialog will be displayed to allow you to make any additional changes.
Exclude from Context
Flag as context
This menu has the following submenus for each of the contexts you have defined:
Context name Form-based Auth Login request
This identifies the specified node as a login request for the specified context. You may only have one node identified as such in any one context. The Session Context Authentication screen will be displayed to allow you to make any additional changes.
Context name Data driven node
This menu has the following submenus:
This will exclude the selected nodes from the proxy. They will still be proxied via ZAP but will not be shown in any of the tabs. This can be used to ignore URLs that you know are not relevant to the system you are currently testing. The nodes can be included again via the Session Properties dialog
This will prevent the selected nodes from being actively scanned. The nodes can be included again via the Session Properties dialog
This will prevent the selected nodes from being spidered. The nodes can be included again via the Session Properties dialog
This will remove the node and all of its children from ZAP. However they can be added back in, to prevent this use the 'Exclude from' menus.
This will bring up the Add Break Point dialog which allows you to set a break point on that URL.
Alerts for this node
If the URL selected has alerts associated with it then they will be listed under this menu. Selecting one of the alerts will cause it to be displayed.
This will bring up the Resend dialog which allows you to resend the request after making any changes to it that you want to.
Show in Sites tab
This will show the selected message in the Sites tab.
Open URL in Browser
This will open the URL of the selected node in your default browser.
Generate anti CSRF test form
This will open a URL which will give you a generated form for testing for CSRF issues. It will only be enabled for POST requests, if the API is enabled and if Java supports the opening of URLs in a browser on your platform.
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