HTTP Debugger Changes
v7.4 July 12, 2016
Added the ability to simulate server reply with 200, 302, 304, 404, 500 and 503 status codes with one click.
Added the ability to simulate server reply with modified script code (or any file) with one click.
Added the ability to transparently redirect TCP/IP connections from production server to locally running server with one click.
Added the ability to change UserAgent, Hostname, add CORS headers, inject script, disable caching and remove cookies with one click.
Added the ability create filtering rules for Host, IP, Application and User Name with one click.
Added the ability create highlighting rules for Duration, Size, Speed, Url, Domain, IP, Type, Status, Method and Application with one click.
Modified requests now are marked with an icon in the grid.
Added the ability to copy the reqest content from context menu.
Fixed an issue with wrong selection in grids.
Fixed an issue with displaying wrong content size in grid.
Fixed an issue with executing regular expressions in RegexTester.
Fixed an issue with executing multiple HTTP modifier rules.
Fixed an issue with executing multiple filtering rules.
Improved Save/Export content for Stream and Structure modes.
Removed Conditional Bookmarks.
Removed List Mode.
Removed Application, 'Show Only', Protocol и Direction options for filters.
Removed Application, Protocol и Direction options for modifiers.
Removed Indicate Connection requests option from HTTP Engine settings.
Now HTTP Debugger softly resets connections during start-up and applying HTTP modification rules.
v7.3 June 7, 2016
HTTP traffic for locally running web servers is now displayed in a separate tab.
Improved Charts and Diagrams.
Removed minimize to tray option.
Removed Traffic Meter pane.
Fixed the bug with displaying incorrect timings offset for server traffic.
v7.2 May 8, 2016
Working with loop-back addresses for Window 8, 8.1 and 10.
Minor UI improvments.
v7.1 April 30, 2016
Fixed Unsigned Driver issue when installing on Windows 7 x64 SP1 without Security Update
v7.0 April 19, 2016
The HTTP Intercepting engine has been completely rewritten.
HTTP Debugger now uses SHA-256 certificates to decrypt SSL connections.
Installation moved to Windows Installer Technology (.msi package).
Now users must manually activate Decrypt SSL feature.
Fixed bug with sending HTTPs requests from HTTP Submitter.
Fixed compatibility issues with Windows Defender.
Fixed compatibility issues with some antiviruses.
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