iSecureEndpointPort and iListenPort deff?

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  1. da
    da avatar
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    Apr 2020

    Posted 24 Apr Link to this post

    I look fiddlercore demo ,there some code I don't understand , why when FiddlerApplication.Startup after , and also CreateProxyEndpoint ?


    I test it ,if don't CreateProxyEndpoint ,the fiddler can still work

  2. Eric R | Senior Technical Support Engineer
    Eric R | Senior Technical Support Engineer avatar
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    Posted 28 Apr Link to this post

    Hi da,

    Just a heads up, this was originally posted in the Fiddler Forum and I have changed the location to the FiddlerCore Forum. Let me review the question below.

    The CreateProxyEndPoint returns a new proxy with an endpoint listening on the specified endpoint and port. This is a more complex version of the base Proxy object for more complex scenarios. Although, this is entirely dependent on the goals of the implementation.

    In order to just listen to traffic, the Proxy only needs to be attached to the System Proxy. Let me provide a simple demonstration below.

    Simplest Configuration

    The following code snippet is the simplest configuration for FiddlerCore to work. It logs session URLS to the console. Note the only configuration setting is the RegisterAsSystemProxy.

    using System;
    using Fiddler;
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            // Attach to events of interest:
            FiddlerApplication.AfterSessionComplete += session => Console.WriteLine(session.fullUrl);
            // Build startup settings:
            var settings = new FiddlerCoreStartupSettingsBuilder()
            // Start:
            // Shutdown:

    For more information, see the FiddlerCore Basic Usage documentation. Alternatively, the FiddlerCore API Reference can be helpful as well.

    Please let me know if you need any additional information. Thank you for using the FiddlerCore forums.


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