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How Can I See the HTTP Requests and Responses of a Scan?

Category: Product Docs & FAQS - Tags: netsparker desktop , faq , fiddler , proxy , http requests , http responses - Thu, 01 Jan 2015, by Robert Abela

The best way to capture some or all of the HTTP requests and responses of a scan is to divert the scan traffic through a proxy, such as Fiddler. Fiddler is a free proxy server tool.

As regards configuring the scanner, Netsparker Desktop always uses the system proxy from Windows. Therefore if you have not already configured Netsparker to proxy the traffic through another proxy server you can simply fire up Fiddler and Netsparker will send the requests to Fiddler as long as it is configured to act as a system proxy.


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