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How to install Burp Suite Professional for free on Windows

How to install Burp Suite Professional for free on Windows As this is an illegal way to use Burp Suite I am not responsible for it. It is just for educational purpose information. Burp Suite is an integrated platform for performing security testing of web applications. It is designed to be used by hands-on testers to support the testing process. Here we will see how you can install it for free on your Windows 7/8/10 64-bit machine. Requirements:   Java JDK   Burp Suite Pro Zip   Burp Suite Latest Version After you have downloaded both the files, follow these steps: * Run the downloaded file JDK-13.0.2_windows-x64_bin.exe and let it install. * Search environment in the Windows search bar. You will see a match for Edit the system environment variables . Open it and then click the Environment Variables button at the bottom. You will see a window containing a part like this: Under the System variables tab, click New and add the following variables: Variable name: CLASSPATH Variable valu

How to Create DNS Entry In Windows

 How to Create DNS Entry In ALL Windows A hosts file is a computer system file that maps human-friendly hostnames (domain names) to their IP address. It uses an IP address in IPv4 or IPv6 format to resolve the hostname and the browser can quickly connect to the hosting server. DNS Entry is used to specify some IP address to the Domain Name or Website By doing DNS Entry You can Prank someone by redirecting it. Following are the steps for DNS Entry. In Windows Making DNS Entry or make an entry in HOST. Go To  C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc In the folder, the Hosts file will be present Right Click on it And open with Notepad as Administrator Privilege. And change the IP address which you want to give Now to check it is directed to that IP address you can Ping domain name it on CMD. If it is redirected to the same IP address you have successfully made DNS Entry in Host. And another way is to open CMD in  C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc    and type command hosts type. Just go to the browse