HTTP Debugger Changes
v6.4 Beta July 17, 2014
. It may be used to:
capture and analyze all HTTP traffic directly from applications in C++, C# и Java;
log all HTTP traffic to a disk from PowerShell and NodeJS automation scripts, with the ability to import those logs to HTTP Debugger UI.
Added functionality to edit the HTTP Engine Settings, including:
starting of HTTP interception engine together with MS Windows start or HTTP Debugger lunch;
enabling/disabling of HTTPS Traffic decoding;
setting the exclusion list for selected applications, which traffic will not be monitored.
Improved HTTP Filtering:
added ability to filter by IP address and port;
Added ability to show Failed Connection Requests.
Added export/import of HTTP Debugger settings.
Fixed bug with modification of compressed HTTP content in HTTP Modifier.
Fixed bug with maximizing of HTTP Debugger’s window on the second monitor.
Fixed bug with saving IP address while saving/restoring sessions.
v6.3 June 17, 2014
Added new Timeline pane showing millisecond accurate request/response timings.
Added new Sizes pane showing HTTP session sizes in charts.
Added new Types pane showing statistics by content types in charts.
Added new Domains pane showing statistics by domains in charts.
Added new Durations pane showing HTTP session durations in charts.
HTTP Request and Response panes now show advanced statistics for selected items.
HTTP Request and Response panes now sort data for more convenient view.
SaveSumary now exports expanded data on request/response timings.
Added new Compression Size in Summary Pane (for multiple selected elements).
Added new Requests Total and Time Total in Status Bar.
HTTP Submitter now automatically counts the Content Length.
Performance has been improved significantly.
Fixed bug in HTTP Submitter related to selecting of User Agent.
Fixed bug in refreshing the panes while switching.
Fixed bug in displaying of the compressed response content (gzip, deflate, etc).
Fixed bug of multiple selection of elements in Structure grid (some elements were double selected).
Fixed bug in counting Content Size because of the gzip compression.
Fixed bug in displaying of incoming connections.
v6.2 May 19, 2014
tool allowing to simulate server responses with custom HTTP headers and content.
tool allowing to modify HTTP traffic on the fly.
tool allowing you to redirect TCP/IP connections transparently from one IP address and port to another.
Added new Regexp Tester tool allowing you to create quickly and to test regular expressions for Auto-Responder and HTTP Modifier.
v6.1 April 10, 2014
Added functionality to Edit & Reply of the selected HTTP request.
Added functionality to export Summary & Headers for selected items.
Added functionality to specify the Time-out for the HTTP Submitter.
HTTP Submitter window converted to modeless dialog.
Improved the HTTP Submitter UI theme.
Fixed the crash of expanding grouped items in the Grid.
Fixed the bug with processing of the large HTTP Headers.
v6.0 March 5, 2014
Working With Data
Added the Export Content Files feature in chronological and structural orders.
Added the New Structure Grid with functionality to view the website structure in a hierarchical tree-like format.
Added functionality to copy Request’s URL, selected Row and Image from Grids' context menu.
Added Grid Icons illustrating the content type of received HTTP Responses.
New XML, JSON and FORM Data Panes
Added a pane to view XML data in a hierarchical tree-like format.
Added a pane to view JSON data in a hierarchical tree-like format.
Added the FORM Data viewer pane showing the HTTP POST parameters for application/x-www-form-urlencoded type requests.
Improved Image and Summary Panes
Significantly improved the Image Viewer pane. Added functionality to copy an image to clipboard, to save image to disk, to rotate, to flip and to mirror.
For Summary Pane added functionality to show the detailed information of a selected image, including the size, bpp, resolution, number of colors and animation frames, and Exif.
The Summary Pane now shows the summary for multiple selected requests.
Improved the Code Viewer with functionality to show/hide line numbers and collapse/expand code blocks (code folding).
The Code Viewer now automatically formats optimized and poorly-formatted XML and JSON files.
Improved the HTTP Interception Engine.
Added the Microsoft Ribbon 2013 Theme.
Fixed the bug with the Export Summary
Fixed the bug with Quick Filter for Grid’s Advanced Tree Mode.
Fixed the bug with voluntary scrolling to the focused row in the Grid while receiving data.
Fixed the bug with adding numeric Highlighting Rules.
Fixed the bug with the causal stopping of the HTTP Debugger Service (the Interception Engine).
Fixed the bug with HTTP Submitter to make SSL requests.
Fixed the bug with exporting data into Excel.
Fixed the Out of Memory bug shown for some URLs.
Fixed the compatibility issue with TeamViewer.
Other minor bug fixes and improvements
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