I am setting up a Burp Collaborator instance but am completely stuck following guides that people have published.
- Burp Collaborator seems to require glue records set for a domain.
At the registrar level you need to set glue records assigning dns capabilities to the collaborator server. This is understandable since Collaborator needs to detect if Burp caused a victim server to
- To use lets encrypt wild card certificates as every guide suggests you need to add a TXT record to verify you control the domain.
Once you set glue records to the collab server you lose the ability to serve those TXT records.
How do I use my normal registrar's dns but still allow Burp to be the authoritative dns server for the subdomains?