I need to reverse engineer the interface to a web site. Unfortunately
key parts of the interface are HTTPS/SSL. In the past I would have
used Proxymitron - a Windows utility which allows a man-in-the-middle
decryption of the SSL encrypted traffic. There is no Linux version of
Proxymitron and I no longer have a Windows partition on my PC.
I was very pleased, therefore, to find your excellent utility.
Unfortunately it does not perform quite as you describe at
http://www.delegate.org/delegate/mitm/ - the MITM instructions. The
logged SSL traffic is not decrypted.
I am using DeleGate 9.3.1 on Ubuntu Linux (Edgy) and my command line is:
$ delegated -v -P8080 STLS=mitm FSV=-tee-n-v
Using that command and telling Firefox to use the proxy localhost:8080
everything works perfectly on all the sites I have tried, HTTP and
HTTPS. But the log has the encrypted traffic, not the decrypted
I know your instructions say that I should be using the command line
option SERVER=http but when I do then the browser sometimes hangs and,
once again, the logged traffic is not decrypted.
Otherwise, thanks for an excellent utility!