How to use burp suite with android mobile

How to use burp suite with android mobile


This post is regarding How to use burp suite with android mobile.

Step 1: Open Settings and click Wi-Fi in your mobile.

Step 2 : Click on Wi-Fi and Long press on your Connected Network (here TP-LICK_720C).

Step 3 : Click on Modify network.

Step 4 : Set Proxy as Manual.

Step 5 : Set your Proxy hostname and Proxy port (Note: Your Burp Suite hostname and port as same as here) and click SAVE.

Step 6 : Open Burp Suite and click Proxy.

Step 7 : Next, Click Options.

Step 8 : Next, Click Edit.

Step 9 : Set Bind to port and Specific address (Note: Which you set as Proxy hostname and Proxy port in your Mobile as same give here [See step 5] ) then click OK.

Step 10 : Now hit url in your mobile.

Only you can able to access http url not able to access https url if you need to get https url please, follow coming step

Now, we hit http url

Result, is

And See your Burp Suite – > HTTP history

Now, we hit https url

Result, is

Getting error, you can’t able to access https URL.

Step 11 : This is for access https URL, Open Burp suite -> click Import / export CA certificate.

Step 12 : Select Certificate in DER format and click Next.

Step 13 : Next, click Select files.

Step 14 : Next, give Name with .cer Extension and File Location where you need to be save then, click Save.

Step 15 : Then, Click Next.

Step 16 : Next, Click Close.

Step 17 : Open your file location and copy that file and paste in your Mobile.

Step 18 : Open Setting in your Mobile and click Security.

Step 19 : Click Install from SD card.

Step 20 : Open that file and click it.

Step 21 : set Certificate name as cacert and click OK

Step 22 : Now hit https URL.

Result is,

See now, Burp Suite.

Finally you can able to monitor all the traffic in your mobile…

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