This quick guide will show you how you can add and modify headers in Fiddler and them to all requests.
There will be times where you will need to test performance or functionality of web apps which may require the modification of request headers – for example, if you were to move to a shared hosting environment and want to test the functionality and performance of the new host without changing DNS records, you will need to modify the HOST header otherwise the host will not know which site you want to visit.
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I was asked by an Apple rep to send in diagnostic logs via the iOS diagnostics app in an attempt to diagnose a reboot/battery issue with an iPhone 4S.
Curious as to how this information was collected and more importantly what was collected, I fired up my new friend Fiddler 🙂
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In part one of these series I talked about how you can very easily capture mobile traffic using Fiddler.
In this second part, I will talk about how you can actually tamper with the traffic you send and receive to and from your mobile device.
Please note that tampering with traffic is not just limited to mobile traffic!
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This article will briefly go over the details on how to capture wifi traffic from your mobile devices. This includes capturing traffic on iPads, iPhones, BlackBerries, Android devices and pretty much any device that supports the ability to add a proxy to the wifi settings.
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