FidllerCore license & features

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  1. Dmytro
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    May 2016

    Posted 14 Feb 2018 Link to this post

    Hello Telerik team,

    I've downloaded a free version of FiddlerCore and run demo project just to try it. This is really cool API!

    So, I plan to use it in a .net project for automation testing but I would like to clarify a couple of questions before using it:

    1. Are there any limitations on a free license of FiddlerCore for using it in the automation testing project? Could automation testing project mean like an internal business application? My project is a .net project (c#) which is not distributable within my company, it is not used as a commercial product and it is not distributed to our end customers. It is used only in CI/CD pipeline but it is not an educational project.
    2. Is there any difference in the functionality of FiddlerCore free and commercial licenses? Are there any limitations on the features of FiddlerCore free license?
    3. As far as I understand a commercial license is per application for 1 year but on all products page, it says that license is per developer. Please confirm the correct one option.

    Thank you and best regards,



  2. Simeon
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    Posted 20 Feb 2018 Link to this post


    Thank you for trying FiddlerCore! It seems that all of your questions are requiring legal advice which I am rather unfortunately not authorized to give. However, it seems that you are not going to use FiddlerCore for personal use only and a commercial usage requires buying a license. FYR, the license agreement for Telerik End User License Agreement for FiddlerCore Embedded Engine can be found here. I hope that you would find the answers to your questions inside it.

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