latast update cant save any capture on my device when i want to save app give my error java
This is the real deal. *Update: I still think this app is great but it is lacking the ability to save the pcap files in any format other than jpg? Also it would be nice to be able to rename the packet captures. This app let me break wide open closed APIs that posted in SSL. It saved me a bunch of reverse engineering time. I wish there was a paid version. Please take my money.
Was the best and sucks now! I use this app almost Daily and pretty much all the time. I loved this app and it was the best at doing what it says. But now I installed it to capture the download link of the system update of my phone. Because stock Downloader is slow. So I turned it on captured packets and captured host and the file it was getting from that server. Earlier I can just copy that specific data and arrange it to make a url put it in some other Downloader and get it. But now I can't copy data from one specific Packet. Bad
This is awesome but is missing some essential features This app is amazing! It's like running Fiddler or Charles proxy on Android. Now I can see when those pesky apps are phoning home behind my back and what they're sending. A few essential features like decoding gzipped content would be really appreciated though so I don't have to look at garbage when I can see that the Content-Type is text/html but Content-Encoding is gzip.
Allows you to see traffic to/from your phone This is a terrific app in that you can monitor all your phone's network connections and data without rooting your phone! You can disable decryption of SSL & SSH by clicking Cancel when prompted to install the security certificate. I leave it uninstalled because I value my security and I don't need to examine all the content of the date streams for my purposes.
Great app. It did exactly what I needed and more. I really like how it splits requests based on the app that sent them, rather than just lumping all requests together into one big log. I also appreciate that, when dealing with HTTP(S), this app will automatically decompress the HTTP(S) (decompresses gzip), and it will allow you to decode the data sent to certain formats such as JSON. My only complaint is that the only export/save option uses a plain text file rather than exporting to popular formats like pcap. All in all, though, 5/5 for ease and usability.
- Save as pcap support
- Fixed file descriptor leak
- UI improvement
- Fixed a crash on Android 4
- Fixed a crash when parsing protobuf