Burp XML results¶
You can generate Burp XML output from your Burp suite test.
Learn by example
Check out our example Burp suite repository.
Download our example file here: example-burp-xml.xml
version: Checks is the version is between 2.0.0 and 2.2.0, if that is not the case a warning is given in the import details.
host: Stored as container classification.
hostname: Stored as container title.
issue types: We go through all elements, in case the element is 'issue type', we will create a sub-container for it.
title: Combination of the severity and name used as name of the container.
classification: Used to specify the type of element (Issue type).
description: The results that are stored in this container.
issueBackground: Displayed in the exception description.
remediationBackground: Displayed in the exception description.
references: A link displayed in the exception description under "more information".
vulnerabilityClassifications: A link displayed in the exception description under "more information".
requestresponse: Displayed in the json_data
severity: Used to determine the severity of the result and are given the following status:
- high -> failed
- medium -> failed
- low -> broken
- informational -> unknown