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This generally indicates that you have enabled HTTPS decryption but haven't configured Windows (or Firefox, if you're using Firefox) to trust Fiddler's root certificate.
The simplest thing to do would be to follow these steps, and when asked if you'd like Windows to trust Fiddler's root certificate, choose "Yes."
Turns out the answer was simple. I was using version 2.6.2, whereas I should have been using 4.6.2. I uninstalled, installed the latest and it works fine.
Could you, please, try following these steps:
Regards, Tsviatko Yovtchev
Thorny problem that caused a wonky error: Outlook would disconnect from Exchange whenever Fiddler was not running (even if traffic capture was turned off).
Here is how to fix Your Connection is Not Private Error In Chrome
One of the main reasons behind such an error may be the wrong date and time settings. The SSL might fail to fetch data from the server when an inaccurate date is provided. To change them, go to Date and Time under Settings in your system, and choose the option Set Time Automatically. This helps in securing loading of data.
Slide the bar below Set Time Automatically to turn it on.This lets the system to fetch time directly from the network, thus providing accurate measures.
Fiddler normally is a valid network analysis tool, but I hope some malware/virus did not auto-install it with an invalid root cert for bad purposes. Have you run an antivirus scan on your computer?
To remove any untrusted certificates from your Windows computer, try the following:
- Click Start, type certmgr.msc in the search box and press Enter.
- In the left panel, navigate to Untrusted Certificates and then expand Certificates.
- Right click on the certificates you wish to remove and choose Delete.
The "Your connection is not private" screen might appear due to multiple reasons that could not be strictly related to Fiddler. I've tried the provided HTTPS endpoint, and it is captured directly with no hassle on my side.
HTTP/1.1 200 OK Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2020 09:56:40 GMT Server: Apache X-UA-Compatible: IE=edge Link: <https://jiofilocalhtml.run/wp-json/>; rel="https://api.w.org/", <https://jiofilocalhtml.run/wp-json/wp/v2/pages/6>; rel="alternate"; type="application/json", <https://jiofilocalhtml.run/>; rel=shortlink Upgrade: h2,h2c Connection: Upgrade, Keep-Alive Vary: Accept-Encoding Content-Length: 41149 Keep-Alive: timeout=5, max=75 Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8
I would suggest checking the points listed here (especially the ones about the computer clock, the expired TSL, clearing the browser cache, trying incognito).
If you still have the issue, you could also try the new Fiddler Everywhere and see if the automatic certification installation works on your side (for example, through Fiddler Everywhere and Chrome).
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2. Press CTRL + SHIFT + N keys together from your keyboard to open chrome in incognito mode and try opening the website again.