Proxy - Web Interception Proxy
By WEBSECURIFY LIMITED
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Proxy.app is a HTTP, intercepting proxy for Mac OS X. This tool is designed from scratch as a native Mac OS X application, taking advantage of all native features of the Apple's latest operating system. It is simply the best web proxy tool for Mac OS X.
Proxy.app can be used to intercept HTTP requests and responses and modify their contents in transit. It comes with many useful features, such as automatic content length calculations, syntax highlighting, breakpoints, filters, capture groups and more. Proxy.app can perform active attacks against applications served over SSL, and such intercept encrypted communication. There is support for the Keychain, CA and X.509 certificate generation and much more.
• Automatic proxy configuration and filtering by process name.
• Add breakpoints that will intercept requests and responses matching your criteria.
• Capture only the requests that you really need when set as a system proxy.
• Highlighted requests and responses with specific colors and your notes.
• Render requests and responses in real browser for better preview.
• Support for JSON and XML syntax highlighting.
What's New in Version 1.11
• Various UI improvements.
• Compatibility fixes for Mac OS X 10.9.
• Added recently opened items File menu.
• Improved inspector pane.
• Improved system window.
• Updated documentation.
At work on my PC, I use Charles and on rare cases WireShark. So, Im experienced with other tools. This tool is ok. It needs just a little more polishing to get another star from me. Disappointed in the help, and would like to have seen some form of push button auto configure browsers. Even if it had these other options, I think it is a little over priced.
First thing I tried was the play button. Within the first second I see an error message misspelling failure as faulure.
Then I went into the settings to change the listening port. It says if you change the port you need to restart the application, so I click the restart application… nothing happens. The restart button doesn’t work. Within 10 seconds I found out this is a crap application.
Could not get this app to do anything. At no point did it detect a single HTTP request. When I attempted to download the companion app I was met by a "404 Not Found” page. I attempted to reconfigure the proxy address, and even manually set the system proxy. Nothing worked. I can start the Charles free-trial and capture HTTP traffic immediately and without configuration.
- Category: Developer Tools
- Updated: Nov 24, 2014
- Version: 1.11
- Size: 7.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: WEBSECURIFY LIMITED
- © 2014 Websecurify
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor