This screen allows you to configure the breakpoint options:
Asks for confirmation when a request or response is dropped.
The ‘global’ breakpoint will only be triggered by requests that are in scope.
Custom breakpoints will not be affected.
If selected this will mean that ZAP stays on top of all other windows whenever a breakpoint is hit.
This controls whether the buttons to select the file types you don’t want ZAP to break on and the scope filter appear in the break panel.
This sets the regex used to predict if the content in the response will be a CSS or a Font file.
This sets the regex used to predict if the content in the response will be a multimedia file (images, videos or sounds).
This controls whether there is a single combined break button on the Top Level Toolbar or separate ones for Requests and Responses.
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