Hi All, I hope someone can help!
On a Windows 10 machine, I installed and ran the latest Fiddler version (v220.127.116.11034) and was able to successfully capture and decrypt HTTPS sessions using the proxy server.
Now, I am trying to return to normal operations, running without the proxy server. One of the sites requires a client side certificate be attached to the request and this request now fails with error -2146233079 (The request was aborted: Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel).
This was working just fine prior to the Fiddler install, under the current user, not the admin account. Fiddler was also installed under the same current user.
If I run the application as Administrator, it works. So, how do I undo whatever permissions change that was made by Fiddler which prevents me from accessing the client side certificate that I had no problem accessing before?
I have tried the following so far:
1) Fiddler Options > HTTPS > Remove Interception Certificates
2) Fiddler Options > HTTPS > Rest All Certificates
3) Uninstalling Fiddler entirely