Push Burp requests to ElasticSearch
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Scared about the weak searching performance of Burp Suite? Are you missing possibilities to search in Burp? ElasticBurp combines Burp Suite with the search power of ElasticSearch.


  1. Install ElasticSearch and Kibana.
  2. Configure both - For security reasons it is recommend to let them listen on localhost:
  • Set network.host: in /etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml.
  • Set host: "" in /opt/kibana/config/kibana.yml.
  1. Install dependencies in the Jython environment used by Burp Extender with: $JYTHON_PATH/bin/pip install -r requirements.txt
  2. Load ElasticBurp.py as Python extension in Burp Extender.


See this blog article for usage examples.


Search ElasticSearch indices created by WASE for

  • responses with missing headers
  • responses with missing parameters
  • all values that were set for a header (e.g. X-Frame-Options, X-XSS-Protection, X-Content-Type-Options, Content-Security-Policy, ...)

...or do arbitrary search queries.

Invoke WASEQuery.py for help message. This blog article shows some examples for usage of WASEQuery.