Currently, Fiddler Everywhere just hard-fails on any invalid SSL certificate. More annoyingly, it doesn't explain why the certificate is invalid.
Fiddler Everywhere should:
1. Allow overriding a certificate error (possibly hide this behind an option)
2. Explain what caused a certificate error
Currently when you want to restart the fiddler session you have to quit and re-enter the program as much as I saw.
It would be better to have a "clear" button to erase everything in the current session, so it's easier to manage sessions.
|1||Ability to execute POST, PUT, GET, DELETE, etc. requests||Highest|
|2||Ability to capture and inspect the response from the server||Highest|
|3||Ability to add body to the request (when applicable)||Highest|
|4||Ability to view/edit the raw CURL syntax||Highest|
|5||Ability to add headers to the request||High|
|6||Different body format (RAW, Json, etc.)||Medium|
|7||Ability to include query parameters||Medium|
|8||History of executed requests||Medium|
|9||Ability to verify the response||Medium|
|11||Multiple tabs for different requests (preserve the state)||Low|
|12||Ability to execute custom script||Low|
I search use Socks5 and received answers:
Hi, Fiddler supports SOCKS4a version. If you are trying to use another SOCKS version, this might be the reason why it is not working. Could you please, elaborate on the error you receive. Regards, Simeon Progress Telerik
He advised me to create a new request!
Will what I want to be done?
I would like to be able to configure the following values via command line in the Mac version of Fiddler Everywhere:
The best way that I've seen this implemented is in Chrome.
Chrome's settings are by default stored in a JSON file, but a Mac administrator can configure settings using MacOS's built-in preference system (either via the command `defaults write` or using a config profile) which will then enforce the settings.
In the meantime, if there's a text file I can edit, I'd love to do that.
I'm so excited to see you working on a cross-platform version. Your MacOs version was never really usable. Everywhere is already better than the Mac version was!
Edit and resend requests, Compose from scratch and send requests.
I mainly use Fiddler for WebApi testing, debugging, monitoring. The ability to capture, modify, and resend a request is a key feature for me.
Filtering traffic as in older Fiddler version for Windows in Fidder-Everywhere for Mac based OS systems.
This is a well required feature for working with fiddler