Thursday, April 10, 2014

How to see, edit and tamper all http, https requests, responses made from an android mobile or tablet device?

In previous posts we saw an introduction to web proxy debugging and decrypting secure SSL requests.

Yet still, have you ever wondered how your mobile/tablet communicates with websites? , How information is being sent & received in my Facebook, Gmail app that you installed in your smartphone?

Well, I did, and here is what I found. We can view, capture and play with data sent from any smartphone over the network.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

How to see, edit and tamper HTTPS encrypted SSL data sent from any browser or system?

In the last post, we saw how to view & edit HTTP traffic using Charles.

Now that we’re cool enough to crack open any requests from our PC, not all websites are that dumb to just work on HTTP. Most sites we encounter, may follow a secure connectionHTTPS or SSL certified.
It’s still easier to dismantle, read & edit HTTPS too!

Monday, April 7, 2014

How to edit requests and responses, hack, test and tamper with data to websites from browser using Charles web debugging proxy?

Though browsers are very comfortable, ever wondered what’s going on underneath it?
What is it sending and receiving when we visit a webpage?
Can I change it manually? What happens if I try to comment 100 times the same thing?
Wanna hack that Facebook game, or play around with request, response or headers?

Saturday, April 5, 2014

What is new in Java 7? New useful features

Java 7 is everywhere now and your boss maybe thinking to migrate too. So if you are still coding old way, it's useful to sneak peek the features.

Java has been constantly growing so much bigger that I cannot fathom all that is added to it.
Let me sum up the ones I found useful in my daily use. Consider this an introduction to Java 7 and we’ll be rolling out more detailed posts on each topic eventually.