For most of burp's lifetime so far, the closest that it has had to a user
interface is it's live status monitor.
This is an ncurses interface, and can be seen by running a command like this
whilst logged into the server:
burp -c /etc/burp/burp-server.conf -a s
But now, Benjamin Sans has been working on a web interface, currently named
Burp-UI. I am pleased to be able to recommend it.
It does what the ncurses monitor does:
- List all the clients with their status.
- List all the backups of a given client.
- Live status monitor of running backups.
And it also does the following additional things:
- Browse a given backup tree view.
- Show graphical reports of a given backup.
- Show graphical reports of a given client.
- Show global graphical reports.
At the time of writing, Burp-UI is in heavy development. For the latest
information, and to try it out, visit Benjamin's page: