BurpSuite Pro Connector

Burp Scanner is a state-of-the-art vulnerability scanner for web applications. It is designed with security testers in mind, to integrate closely with your existing techniques and methodologies for manual and automated testing.


To import your data from BurpSuite to the Application Security Module, you will need to leverage the BurpSuite XML Connector under the Dynamic Assessment tools.The Connector is a mandatory full run connector, as it is a file-based (XML) connector.

User Prerequisites/Connector Setup:

  • Given that the Connector is file based, users must simply have access to export data from BurpSuite in the proper format. 

Configuring your Connector in Cisco Vulnerability Management

To set up the Connector, navigate to the Connectors tab in your Cisco Vulnerability Management deployment (you must be a Cisco Vulnerability Management Administrator to do so). On the Connectors page, select BurpSuite.

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Once you select the BurpSuite, the following screen will appear:

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  • Enter a name for the connector, or leave it as “Burp” if you wish.

  • Click Save and Verify.

  • If you’d like to set a connector level asset inactivity limit, you can do that at this time, or later. (We recommend 2-3x the scan cadence of your Burp Scans).

 

What BurpSuite Items does Cisco Vulnerability Management Import?

Cisco Vulnerability Management will import all of the applications associated with the user leveraged for the export loaded to the connector. We will pull:

BurpSuite Field

Cisco Vulnerability Management Field

Notes

issue > host

Application identifier

Search for Application identifier in Cisco Vulnerability Management by using the custom query box and typing application:""

issue > host + issue > path

URL

IFF path is present

 

Finding Status

 Vulnerability status is Open or Closed. We do not map False Positives or Triage States. Open vulnerabilities are reported in application scan reports. Closed vulns are no longer present in these reports and Cisco Vulnerability Management will autoclose the vulnerability.

issue.name

Vulnerability Name

 

severity

scanner_score

0-10
Informational - 0
Low - 3
Medium - 6
High - 9
Else - 0

issue.type

Identifier (vulnerability)

 

CWE ids

CWE

 

WASC ids

WASC ID

 

issue.background

Description

 

issue.host (without protocol)

hostname

 

export_time

Last Seen

Cisco Vulnerability Management does not receive an explicit last seen time. We utilize the report export time as the last seen date for all items.

The Connector does not pull in the following:

  • Custom Fields

  • Tags

Optional Settings

The following settings can be enabled on the backend for BurpSuite Connectors. To have these settings enabled, or for more information, please contact Support, or your Customer Success Engineer.

  • Exclude Informationals

    • When this option is enabled, Cisco Vulnerability Management will not import vulnerabilities that do not include a CVE, CWE, or WASC ID.

  • Ignore Scanner Last Seen Time

    • If you do not want the asset last seen time in Cisco Vulnerability Management to be the scanner reported last seen time.

  • Custom Ordered Locators

    • Locators (IP, NetBIOS, FQDN, etc) can be reordered to better deduplicate vulnerabilities on the Connector level or the entire Platform level. For more information see the help article here.

Common Reasons for Burp Connector Run Failures

  • Unexpected data returned

    • If Cisco Vulnerability Management receives data that is not in the expected format and we are unable to process it, the connector will fail.

  • If more than 1% of connector payloads fail to import cleanly, Cisco Vulnerability Management will auto-fail the Connector Run

Additional Assistance:

Please contact Support should you require any additional assistance with the BurpSuite Connector.

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