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httptools helps you to capture, repeat and live intercept HTTP requests with scripting capabilities. It is built on top of mitmproxy
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httptools

capture | intercept | repeat

httptools helps you to capture, repeat and live intercept HTTP requests with scripting capabilities. It is built on top of mitmproxy v4

Install

pip install http-tools

Develop

$ git clone https://github.com/MobSF/httptools.git
$ cd httptools
$ python setup.py develop

Usage

$ httptools
usage: httptools [-h] [-m MODE] [-p PORT] [-i IP] [-n NAME] [-u UPSTREAM]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -m MODE, --mode MODE  Supported modes
                        1. capture: Capture requests.
                        2. repeat: Repeat captured requests.
                        3. intercept: Intercept and tamper the request.
                        4. server: Start httptools server.
  -p PORT, --port PORT  Proxy Port
  -i IP, --ip IP        Proxy Host
  -n NAME, --name NAME  Project Name
  -u UPSTREAM, --upstream UPSTREAM
                        Upstream Proxy
  1. Capture - httptools -m capture
    • Starts HTTPS proxy at 0.0.0.0:1337 by default.
    • Install Root CA cert from http://mitm.it/
  2. Repeat - httptools -m repeat
    • Replay the captured traffic. Use --upstream to forwatd it to a fuzzer like BurpSuite or OWASP ZAP.
  3. Intercept - httptools -m intercept
    • To Fiddle with HTTP request and response in live.
    • Use: http_tools/modules/interceptor.py (The location will be relative to where httptools is installed)
  4. Server Web UI - httptools -m server
    • Starts the Web UI at https://0.0.0.0:1337 by default.
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