Need a tool that can serve as HTTP monitor, HTTP sniffer and HTTP Tracer? IEInspector HTTP Analyzer is such a handy tool that allows you to monitor, trace, debug and analyze HTTP/HTTPS traffic in real-time. It is used by industry-leading companies including Microsoft, Cisco, AOL and Google.
Stand-alone Edition: Window stand-alone EXE application. It allows you to capture and view HTTP/HTTPS traffic from a specific process or user/session/system-wide. Support IE, Safari, Firefox and other win32 web application.
Integrate with Internet Explorer and Firefox, no more switching between windows. HTTP Analyzer Shows HTTP/HTTPS traffic and web page in the same window.
Support HTTPS, show you unencrypted data sent over HTTPS / SSL connections as the same level of detail as HTTP.
See the wide range of data, including Header, Request, Network Timing, Content, Cookies, Caching, Query Strings, Post data, Request and Response Stream, redirection URLs, DOMReadyTime, PageLoadTime and more.
Real-time Page and Request Level Time Chart, the colored time chart is used to express the relative time between a single network level timing (i.e. , DNS lookup, TCP connects) and other timing segments in the same request.
IE/Firefox Tamper, user can tamper with HTTP requests, view and modify GET query parameters, HTTP/HTTPS headers and POST parameters from Internet Explorer 5+ and Firefox 3+ by using IE/Firefox tamper tool.
Highlights Detected Potential Problems, HTTP Analyzer examines each request and issues hinting messages when detecting potential functionality, performance or security problem.
Native support for Flash Remoting, HTTP Analyzer is especially useful for Adobe Flash developers as you can view the request and response of LoadVariables, LoadMovie and XML loads. It can also deserialize and display all Flash Remoting or AMF (AMF0 and AMF3) traffic in an easy-to-use AMF object tree.
JSON, SOAP and .NET ViewState Viewer, HTTP Analyzer can deserialize SOAP and JSON traffic into the easy-to-use object tree. It can also read and decode the hidden ViewState on an ASP.NET Page.
Request builder, users can handcraft an HTTP request by using the HTTP Request Builder, or use a drag-and-drop operation to move an existing request from the session grid to the Request Builder to execute it again.