How to view HTTP and HTTPS traffic using Fiddler

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Most all Web browsers have a Web Inspector (F12) that allows you to view network traffic. However, what happens if you are using some type of application that does not have a Web Inspector? You could turn to Wireshark, but usually Wireshark is a deep dive at the packet level. Sometimes, what you need is just a Web Insepctor. This is where Fiddler can really help you out.

You can download and install Fiddler from https://www.telerik.com/download/fiddler.

 



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