In a recent blog post, I showed how to get Netbeans GUI designer into your Burp Extender building. Not doing so leaves you pretty much designing Java SWING GUIs by hand which usually leads to minimal interfaces. In this blog post I have taken the dip and made an Extender publicly available which does something.

What does BurpExtenderForge do?

It allows you to make Python based Extenders within Burp itself. I found myself needing a simple custom payload encoder and wanting to do that without going outside Burp. Sure the workflow isn’t too bad with an external Python editor but why not keep your world light where you can?


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