HTTP Analyzer is a tool for real-time analysis of HTTP/HTTPS data streams. It can capture HTTP/HTTPS protocol data in real-time, display a lot of information (including file headers, content, cookies, query character spoofing, submitted data, redirected URL addresses), provide buffer information, clean conversation content, HTTP status information, and other filtering options. It is also a very useful development tool for analysis, debugging, and diagnosis.


Open the HTTP Analyzer software, click Start, and you can basically detect the data. Click the Start drop-down button and the following options will appear:


Because some operating systems are multitasking, such as IE or Chrome, where multiple pages or windows are opened, the Current Session may not be able to detect accurately, so it is possible that data cannot be found.


New Process: Prompts you to open a program (. exe;. lnk) that you can choose for yourself, such as QQ.exe or other executable programs. This way, when you run this software, data will be detected because the program has already been specified.

        Reopen Process: Open a commonly used or just used program.

        Select Running Processes: Select the process being used.



This also specifies the process you want to monitor. For example, if you have run several Chrome, you need to specify which Chrome it is, select the process, and click OK.


The following is an example of how to use HTTP Analyzer to query the location of mobile phone numbers.



As shown in the above figure, it contains a lot of information, including the processes associated with the request, such as chrome. exe and YoudaoDict. exe, as well as the request method GET/POST, request response time, request address, etc. You can also perform conditional filtering and other operations through the header to display the information you want to view.

You can also view the content of the response:


Request Generator

Click on Tools and select HTTP Request Builder.

At this point, we can specify the request method, enter the URL, pass parameters, and then click Execute to execute the request.



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