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request in browser feature missing proxy port

Casey | Last updated: Dec 09, 2015 11:47PM UTC

Since the port is missing a copy and paste will not work without the user modifying the link. Perhaps this is intentional (I realize there could be more than one proxy listener on different ports). If there is multiple proxy listeners it would suffice to simply list all links with different ports, otherwise if only one listener, default to including the port?

PortSwigger Agent | Last updated: Dec 10, 2015 09:21AM UTC

If you have your browser configured to use Burp as its proxy in the normal way, then the "request in browser" URL will work fine without a proxy port. The browser will send the request to whatever IP+port is configured as its proxy, and Burp will handle the request correctly. If this isn't happening for you, then check your browser is correctly configured to use Burp as its proxy.

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