Fiddler Everywhere free for PC

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  • Developer Telerik
  • Version 2.0
  • License Shareware
  • Language en

Fiddler Everywhere is a debugging proxy developed by Telerik that is supported on macOS, Windows, and Linux. Fiddler Everywhere aims to offer users a secure way to capture, inspect, and monitor all HTTP/HTTPS traffic between their computers and the Internet.

What are the key features of Fiddler Everywhere?

  • Web Debugging: Fiddler Everywhere allows you to debug traffic from different operating systems - Windows, macOS, and Linux - but also from iOS and Android devices. The software makes sure that various data is transferred between the client and the server. This includes cookies, headers, and cache directives.

  • Secure HTTP/S Traffic Recording: With Fiddler Everywhere, users can access network logs rapidly. Another feature is the possibility to debug traffic from apps that support proxy.

  • Security Testing: Fiddler Everywhere offers a man-in-the-middle decryption technique that will allow you to decrypt HTTP traffic, as well as to display and modify web application requests.

  • Customizable: Another great thing about this software is its rich extensibility model. This includes everything from simple FiddlerScript to powerful extensions which have the ability to be developed with any .NET language.

  • Performance Testing: Users are free to isolate bottlenecks with rules and can also see the total page weight, as well as HTTP caching and compressing.

Is Fiddler Everywhere free?

This is a free trial version that expires after 30 days of use. After that, the individual Pro version costs $10 per user per month when billed annually, or $12 per user per month. For the Enterprise version Fiddler Everywhere costs $25 per user per month (billed annually).

Is Fiddler Everywhere safe?

It seems that the app has no history of security issues or abusive data collecting. As always, we recommend reading the official Privacy policy before installing. It is also highly recommended to install the Fiddler root certificate. This is possible through the HTTPS sub-menu (that you will find under Settings).

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