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HTTP Debugger Pro 7.11

HTTP Debugger Pro 7.11
HTTP Debugger Pro 7.11 | 11 Mb


Ultimate HTTP sniffer and analyzer working with all browsers; apps in C++, C#, Java; and servers like IIS, Apache, Tomcat and NodeJS. It shows all HTTP traffic: incoming and outgoing . No need to change proxy server settings. HTTP Debugger is a professional http sniffer for intercepting and analyzing the http protocol traffic between a web browser or any application using the HTTP / HTTPS protocol, and a web server.

Works With All Browsers
Supports Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Opera.

Debug Desktop Applications
Analyze http traffic of any desktop software written in C++, C# and Java.

Monitor Server Applications
View in/out http traffic of web servers, including IIS, Apachi, Tomcat and Node.js.

Modify HTTP Traffic
Modify HTTP sessions, redirect TCP/IP connections, simulate server responses.

Decrypt SSL Sessions
Decrypts HTTPS from applications and browsers including IE, Firefox and Chrome.

Detects Errors And Issues
Automatically detects and highlights errors and malfunctioning web pages.

Detailed Charts And Diagrams
Visualize http traffic in a comprehensible form of charts and diagrams.

Feature-Rich User Interface
Group, filter, highlight and bookmark http sessions. Advanced search, save/restore.

Using HTTP Debugger API from PowerShell
$api = New-Object -ComObject HttpDebugger.Api
    $api.LoadSettings("C:\MySettings\settings.xml");
    $res = $api.StartLogger("C:\Tmp\Logs")

    $ie = New-Object -ComObject InternetExplorer.Application
    $ie.Visible = $true;
    $ie.Navigate("http://www.google.com");
    [System.Threading.Thread]::Sleep(5000)
    $ie.Quit();

    $api.StopLogger();


With HTTP Debugger you can locate and fix website errors and identify performance bottlenecks; analyze http headers, query strings, cookies, redirections, authorization headers, POST parameters and error codes; view the source code of HTML/XML web pages and Java/VB scripts. You can use HTTP Debugger to analyze the http traffic produced by web browser add-ons, ActiveX components and/or Java applets.

Software developers can use the HTTP Debugger to view and analyze the http traffic of their own, or any third party, software programs in C#, Java, VB, C++, Delphi, regardless of whether it is a user mode application or a Windows System Service.

What I need to use the HTTP Debugger?
The HTTP Debugger supports Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista and Windows 7. It does not require any special software to be installed onto your computer; neither Java Virtual Machine nor the .NET Framework components.

Key Features

Full support of both 32-Bit and 64-Bit applications

HTTP Debugger fully supports both 32-bit and 64-bit applications. Simply run HTTP Debugger on your 64-bit computer and see the HTTP traffic from both 32-bit and 64-bit applications in one single HTTP Debugger window!

Support of Any Web Browser and Low-Level System Components

HTTP Debugger automatically supports any web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Google Chrome) or any other application running on all Microsoft Windows operation systems and using the HTTP protocol including, for example, anti-viruses database update and/or any running low-level system component.

Decoding of HTTPS/SSL Connections
HTTP Debugger automatically decrypts the secure HTTPS sessions for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and other programs allowing debugging websites in the secure mode without switching the HTTPS off.

Decoding of gZip/Chunked Content
The gzip/chunked content is processed automatically. On the Summary Pane you can view full details on the used compression method and ratio.

Support of Dial-up Modem, DSL/ISDN/Cable/LAN Connections
HTTP Debugger intercepts the HTTP/HTTPS traffic regardless of Internet connection type and speed. The HTTP Debugger will work perfectly with a fast optical fiber Internet connection, an Ethernet cable or even an old dial-up modem.

Grouping and Sorting Data
Working with HTTP Debugger you can group the captured data by various parameters. Simply drag the Column Header to the Group By box. Sorting the data is as easy as clicking on the appropriate Column Header.

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