I am using free edition of Burp Suite to analyze some requests. Suppose, website is https://www.example.com.

Now, there is a javascript file in https://www.example.com/templates/scripts/xyz.js. I want to prevent this file from loading while intercepting the requests.

Is there any way in Burp, so that I can drop this resource file?

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    Intercept the server response and remove the contents of the JavaScript file from the response. – void_in Apr 15 '16 at 4:36
  • Can't you just drop the request for the file? Click 'Drop' instead of 'Forward'? – Mark Koek May 31 '16 at 7:41

You need to add a "match and replace" rule. Under Proxy > Options > Match and Replace, click the Add button, and fill in the necessary fields so that if the request body contains that URL, Burp will remove it from the request.

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You could also remove all JavaScript resources by ticking the Remove all JavaScript field under Response Modification.

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