Published on January 10th, 2016 | 542 views
SAML Raider – SAML2 Burp Extension
The extension is divided in two parts. A SAML message editor and a certificate management tool.
Features of the SAML Raider message editor:
- Sign SAML Messages
- Sign SAML Assertions
- Remove Signatures
- Edit SAML Message
- Preview eight common XSW Attacks
- Execute eight common XSW Attacks
- Send certificate to SAMl Raider Certificate Management
- Undo all changes of a SAML Message
- Supported Profiles: SAML Webbrowser Single Sign-on Profile, Web Services Security SAML Token Profile
- Supported Bindings: POST Binding, Redirect Binding, SOAP Binding
Features of the SAML Raider Certificate Management:
- Import X.509 certificates (PEM and DER format)
- Import X.509 certificate chains
- Export X.509 certificates (PEM format)
- Delete imported X.509 certificates
- Display informations of X.509 certificates
- Import private keys (PKCD#8 in DER format and traditional RSA in PEM Format)
- Export private keys (traditional RSA Key PEM Format)
- Cloning X.509 certificates
- Cloning X.509 certificate chains
- Create new X.509 certificates
- Editing and self-sign existing X.509 certificates
Start the Burp Suite and click at the
Extender tab on
Add . Choose the SAML Raider JAR file to install the extension.
Installation from BApp Store
The easy way to install SAML Raider is using the BApp Store. Open Burp and click in the
Extender tab on the
BApp Storetab. Select
SAML Raider and hit the
Install button to install our extension.
Don’t forget to rate our extension with as many stars you like.
To test SAML environments more comfortable, you could add a intercept rule in the proxy settings. Add a new rule which checks if a Parameter Name
SAMLResponse is in the request. We hope the usage of our extension is mostly self explaining.
Clone the repository and build the JAR file using Maven:
$ mvn install
Use the JAR file in
target/saml-raider-1.0-SNAPSHOT-jar-with-dependencies.jar as a Burp extension.
Run SAML Raider inside Eclipse
To start the Extension directly from Eclipse, import the Repository into Eclipse. Note that the Eclipse Maven Plugin
m2e is required.
Place the Burp Suite JAR file into the
lib folder and add the Burp JAR as a Library in the Eclipse Project (
Build Path →
Open the Burp JAR under
Referenced Libraries in the Package Explorer and right click in the Package
StartBurp.class and select
Run As... →
Java Application to start Burp and load the Extension automatically.
To enable the Debug Mode, set the
DEBUG Flag in the Class
Flags from the Package
true . This will write all output to the
SAMLRaiderDebug.log logfile and load example certificates for testing.
Test with fake SAML Response
To send a SAML Response to Burp, you can use the script
samltest in the
scripts/samltest directory. It sends the SAML Response from
saml_response to Burp (
localhost:8080 ) and prints out the modified response from our plugin.