A screenshot is worth a thousand words, but a Demo is worth a thousand
You can now play with
- admin / admin to play with
Burp-UIas an administrator
- moderator / moderator to play with
Burp-UIas a moderator
- demo / demo to play with
Burp-UIas a regular user
Let me introduce you
Burp-UI. It is a web-based UI to manage your
You can view different reports about burp-servers, burp-clients, backups, etc.
Burp-UI allows you to perform online restorations and to edit/manage
your burp-server's configuration files.
- Thank me by sending me an email or writing nice comments
- Buy me a beer or some fries (or both!)
- Make a donation on my Paypal
A FAQ is available with the documentation.
Please refer to the Contributing page.
Feel free to report any issues on my gitlab.
I have closed the github tracker to have a unique tracker system.
Also please, read the Contributing page before reporting any issue to make sure we have all the informations to help you. Bug report that don't comply with the rules will likely be ignored because my spare time is quite limited.
Starting with burp-ui v0.3.0, I introduced you burp_server_report a project lead by Pablo Estigarribia.
Pablo also contributed to other interesting projects to automate burp and burp-ui deployments through Ansible:
@qm2k contributed some scripts/config to tweak your setup. You can found them here:
Burp-UI is released under the BSD 3-clause License.
But this project is built on top of other tools. Here is a non exhaustive list:
- bootswatch theme
- Home-made favicon based on pictures from simpsoncrazy
Also note that this project is made with the Awesome Flask micro-framework.
Thank you all for your feedbacks and bug reports. Those are making the project moving forward.
Thank you to the Flask developers and community.
Special Thanks to Graham Keeling for his great piece of software! This project would not exist without Burp.