|Freddyfre||Date: Friday, 29-04-2016, 17:14:41 | Message # 1|
HTTP Debugger puts a handful of tools at your disposal with which to analyze and modify requests in the hope of enhancing traffic. Even though it's a complex job and intended for advanced users, the application tries to make everything simple through its intuitive interface. The office like design quickly gets you up and running, while the well-structured and customizable panels let you make the workspace suit your style. Once the application launches, all incoming and outgoing data packages are captured and analyzed to provide thorough details. Entries are displayed in a table, along with info regarding duration, method, URL, domain, IP address and a few more. You can trigger details to be displayed as a stream, structure, report or diagrams. What's more, additional panels provide info on requests and responses. Amongst others, you can view authorization, content encoding, length and type, host and cache-control. However, these details only represent header info, with the possibility to access content, raw data and URL parameters. In addition, the application does not only provide the means for analyzing traffic, but also managing it. Integrated tools let you send custom HTTP requests, create a simulated auto responder according to various rules, or even choose to redirect traffic via a custom TCP/IP address. There's also a utility with the help of which you can convert and encrypt text or URLs using several algorithms.
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