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TcpCatcher 2.5.1

Debug any client-server application by displaying tcp packets.


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Total downloads: 140
  • Last Updated: Jan 12, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: Java Runtime Environnement 6.0 or higher

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TcpCatcher is a Development software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for TcpCatcher:

BS Editor: As a developer tool, TcpCatcher will greatly help you debug any client-server application by displaying tcp packets. As an educational tool, TcpCatcher will help understanding any TCP based protocol. Since HTTP has became the most commonly used protocol, TcpCatcher provides a large tool box for helping you debug any HTTP based conversation : Records all traffic between your browser and the Internet. HTTP packets, often chunked and zipped at network level, are reassembled, their content is deflated and presented in a convenient way; HTML, JavaScript, CSS contents appears pretty printed and can be easily saved; XML payload (like SOAP messages) are pretty printed, and loaded in a Tree View; Images captured at network level are displayed; HTTP headers definition pops up; Unlike any other tools, TcpCatcher has the great ability of letting you interfere in the communication at proxy level: turn on 'Catch Mode' and debug step by step the client-server communication, each packet intercepted being friendly editable;

# Let's stay in the HTTP View to friendly modify the Default request : change the url, the host header (double click on the header then press enter to validate). Note that you can use CTL + I to insert a new header, and CTRL + D to delete one.
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