When Fiddler comes between your PC and the web
In its role as a proxy, Fiddler positions itself between a PC and the web network to intercept and filter the exchanges that take place there. At the same time, it checks all HTTP and HTTPS requests made. Strictly speaking, Fiddler analyses incoming and outgoing exchanges. It can also modify packages and generate traffic statistics. The application includes various tools such as form analysis, filtering, script editing, statistics, data conversion to hexadecimal format, cached data modification and many more. Internet users will have the opportunity to define stopping points and inspect all HTTP(S) traffic. Fiddler has a remarkable scripting system that can be extended using any.NET language.
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