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<strong>HoneyProxy</strong> is a lightweight tool that allows live <strong>HTTP(S) traffic inspection</strong> and analysis.<br>
It focuses on features that are useful for malware analysis and network forensics.
<li>Analyze HTTP(S) traffic on the fly
<li><strong>Filter</strong> and <strong>highlight</strong> traffic, regex support included.
<li><strong>Save</strong> HTTP conversations for later analysis
<li>Make <strong>scripted changes</strong> with Python, e.g. remove Cache Header.
<li>based on and <strong>compatible to <a href="">mitmproxy</a></strong>.
<li><strong>cross-platform</strong> (<span itemprop="operatingSystems">Windows</span>, <span itemprop="operatingSystems">OSX</span> and <span itemprop="operatingSystems">Linux</span>)
<li>SSL interception certs generated on the fly
Looking for more? Check out our <a href="">GitHub wiki</a>!
<h2 id="quickstart">Quick Start</h2>
<strong>Download</strong> the <a target="_blank" href=""><strong>latest release.</strong></a>
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<!-- <span style="font-size: 0.85em; color: hsl(0, 0%, 50%);">or clone the git repo: <code>git clone &#8208;&#8208;recursive git://</code>.</span> -->
<strong>Install all dependencies</strong>: <code>pip install pyOpenSSL pyasn1 Twisted Autobahn</code><br>
<span class=smalltext>Ubuntu / Debian users: Install twisted as package (<code>sudo apt-get install python-twisted</code>)</span>
<strong>Start HoneyProxy</strong> with <code>python</code> or <code>python --help</code>. <br>
If you don't use a modern browser, a kitten will die. We currently support both Firefox and Chrome!
Most command line parameters are documented in the <a href="">mitmproxy docs</a>.
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