i am recording chrome sessions in fiddler and when i login to my site with https it records all, but playing the webtest on visual studio it shows 302 redirect error on login page and then for all rest of the pages it shows that it is again trying to login. what could be the cause?
Repro: 1. Add a bunch of rules to the autoresponder. 2. Select two rules. 3. Right click the rules list. Observe: Only an "Export all" command. Expect: An "Export selected" command that exports only the currently-selected rules.
REPRO: 1. Connect to a network where there's no internet connection (e.g. unplug ethernet from the router) 2. Launch Fiddler. OBSERVE: Fiddler is not responsive to clicks for several seconds. EXPECT: Fiddler update check is fully asynchronous.
Click on a request or response that has Content-Type: application/reports+json EXPECT: JSON tab activates (e.g. scores this as if it were content-type: application/json The XML Inspectors should do the same for content-types ending in +xml
Text is misleading if "Perform decryption" is selected. Text is only correct in case "Skip decryption"
Reproduction: * expand columns in sessions grid that much it produces horizontal scroll. * deselect all sessions * click and drag cursor in empty field of sessions grid (aka selecting sessions) Cursor jumps to bottom right corner of the right monitor. OS: Windows 10 Pro, version 1709, build 16299.125
Currently, Microsoft Edge generates HAR files with a malformed HTTP version string, e.g. "httpVersion": "HTTPS" When Fiddler's HAR Import feature attempts to parse this data, it fails and this results in omitting *all* of the headers from display. To mitigate this, Fiddler should look at the httpVersion string and if it lacks a slash, it should either add the slash (if this is enough to placate the response parser) or it should generate a dummy value for the entire token (e.g. "http/0.0") so that the rest of the header values are parsed correctly. (I have filed a bug against Edge too).
IDK why it dislikes the MakeCert files. Clearly a bug, to me.
Could you please sign the certificate you use to distribute and deploy Fiddler. I am generally very causes about what I install and like to see best practice efforts to ensure what I install is safe. to support user wanting to be safe and promote expectations of good behaviour from legitimate and honourable software supplies could you please sign the certificate (and ensure it is from a reputable CA).
In the "Filter Now" context menu, could it be possible to also add "Show Only" for the same option of "Hide"? Most of the time I want to filter and only see one particular server and can't. The process option is not very useful if you keep restarting your application which got a new Process ID each time. Thanks, Benoit.
Windows 10 Version 1803 (Build 17134.228) Fiddler About: v5.0.20182.28034 for .NET 4.6.1 Built: Mittwoch, 27. Juni 2018 64-bit AMD64, VM: 54,0mb, WS: 105,0mb .NET 4.7.1 WinNT 10.0.17134.0 You've run Progress Telerik Fiddler: 2 times. Running on: dose-10:8888 Listening to: All Adapters Gateway: No Gateway Steps: * I start fiddler * Klick on the WinConfig menu button * Windows UAC dialog opens * I klick on Yes * After a second the Windows 10 stop screen appears ("a critical process died")
Fiddler is asking to install update 5.0.20182.28034, however at the end I'm getting a message a bit weird (below). This update was not signed by Telerik. You should only install this update if you trust the signer: CN=TELERIK EAD, OU=IT, O=TELERIK EAD, L=Sofia, C=BG
I came across an article (https://jimshaver.net/2015/02/11/decrypting-tls-browser-traffic-with-wireshark-the-easy-way/) describing how Wireshark is able to decrypt SSL encrypted network traffic by making use of a feature in Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome: If a system environment variable named SSLKEYLOGFILE is set to a valid filename, those browsers will write SSL key data to the file. Wireshark, in turn, uses to the contents of the file to decrypt SSL encrypted packets that it captures. Assuming it's technically possible, it would be great if Fiddler could do the same as an alternative to use the Fiddler Root certificate.
See attached screenshot. Please confirm and fix the certificate.
The Header length is easily accessible from script/extensions, but it's not easily found just by looking at the Inspector. It should be exposed somewhere on the Headers inspector.
So i downloaded fiddler and I was trying to change my name on Fortnite and I trusted the certificate and did everything correctly when restarting fortnite it asks me to log in and when i try it says its unable to login to fortnite and i shout try agian later it doesnt work and its really annoying please reply as fast as you can.
At some point, the dialog box which displays HTTP Protocol Violations seems to have disappeared? Protocol violations still appear within the Web Sessions list (e.g. showing sessions with a light-yellow background) but the standalone Window doesn't seem to be around anymore. This makes it much harder to discover these important problems.