Screenshot of Fiddler monitoring communication between a local computer and Wikipedia.
|Original author(s)||Eric Lawrence|
|Initial release||6 October 2003|
|Stable release||220.127.116.11 / 9 October 2013|
|Operating system||Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8|
|Platform||.NET Framework 4.0|
Fiddler is a HTTP debugging proxy server application written by Eric Lawrence, formerly a Program Manager on the Internet Explorer development team at Microsoft. It captures HTTP and HTTPS traffic and logs it for the user to review (the latter by implementing man-in-the-middle interception using self-signed certificates). It can also be used to modify ("fiddle") with HTTP traffic for troubleshooting purposes as it is being sent or received. By default, traffic from Microsoft's WinINET HTTP(S) stack is automatically directed to the proxy at runtime, but any browser or web application (and most mobile devices) can be configured to route its traffic through Fiddler.
On 12 September 2012 Eric Lawrence announced that Fiddler was acquired by Telerik and he would join the company to work on Fiddler on a full-time basis.
- Lawrence, Eric. "HTTP Performance". IEBlog. MSDN (Microsoft corporation).
- "Fiddler HTTP Debugger - Version Info". Retrieved 17 August 2012.
- "Fiddler Web Debugger - Get Fiddler". Retrieved 11 October 2012.
- "Fiddler Web Debugger - Fiddler". Retrieved 20 August 2010.
- Lawrence, Eric (January 2005). "Fiddler PowerToy - Part 1: HTTP Debugging". MSDN (Microsoft corporation). Retrieved 15 January 2007.
- "Fiddler Telerik". Fiddler. September 2012. Retrieved 12 September 2012.
- Fiddler 2 Homepage
- Fiddler Web Debugger developer blog
- Old Fiddler Blog* Fiddler PowerToy - Part 1: HTTP Debugging
- Web Debugging: Fiddler tutorial
- Fiddler PowerToy - Part 2: HTTP Performance
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