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i want to modify the Post Data of an Java Applet on the fly. Tamper Data can't modify Post requests of an Java Applet, so i had to use a proxy (in my case burp suite free). The applet sends a post request for ex.

I need to change this values (too short time periode to do this by hand). Burp Proxy has a great "match and replace" funktion to use regex to replace strings but if have to use the old string in my case.

I need a solution to do this: foo += 123 bar += 1000;

Any idea? Thanks!

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I just wrote me a php script to edit these values and forward the request but how do i "match and replace" the url of the call? – John Jul 7 '11 at 21:01

I use Paros Proxy to trap the request. Once trapped you can modify the request along with cookie and POST/GET data and then untrap it. I am sure it is possible with Burrp too.

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I have to edit this data automaticly because these are time critical – John Jul 7 '11 at 21:10

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