This site is intended to gather and organize a list of publicly available Burp Suite Extensions.

With the introduction to the new extensibility API in Burp Suite (v1.5.01+) the future should bring us more user-friendly and featured extensions. Now that ext’s can be developed using Java, Python, and Ruby and self managed by its Native “Extender” Tab, it allows for simplified re-use and the absence of custom frameworks.

Here you will find:

  • Tips/Tricks within Burp Suite and its Extensibility
  • Tutorials on Extension Development
  • A repository of Extensions

What this site is NOT:

  • A replacement for portswigger.net and its functionality
  • Attempting to claim ownership of publicly available extensions

As this site is NEW, please help by reporting any publicly available extensions, tips/tricks and any feedback is welcomed.