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Charles 3.9.3

2015-04-05   Utilities

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Name Charles 3.9.3
Size 52.41 MB
Created on 2015-03-26 00:04:45
Hash 77f5edbd67a0d2ebc51a22bf61c5c39190c99910
Files Charles 3.9.3/charles-proxy-3.9.3-applejava.dmg (11.11 MB)
Charles 3.9.3/charles-proxy-3.9.3-openjdk.dmg (41.30 MB)
Charles 3.9.3/serial.txt (0.08 kB)


Name: Charles
Version: 3.9.3
Mac Platform: UB
Includes: Serial

OS version: OS X 10.3 or later

Block connections to:

Serial courtesy of Fmac

1. Choose a version to install, the applejava version is the recommended one.

charles-proxy-3.9.3-applejava.dmg - Compatible with Mac OS X 10.3 - 10.10. This version uses Apple Java 6, and offers the best user experience on Mac OS X. Note that SSL Proxying does not work with SNI in this version.
charles-proxy-3.9.3-openjdk.dmg - Alternative version using Oracle Java SE 7 (includes full SSL Proxying support)

2. Use included serial from serial.txt, be sure to block connections.

Not updatable to 3.10, as serial has been blacklisted.

VERSION 3.9.3 - October 22, 2014

Minor bug fixes and improvements:
SSL improvements, including SNI support
Bypass Domains in Proxy Settings supports wildcards on domains again
Charles automatically detects a headless environment and runs in headless mode (such as Linux command-line)
Mac OS X improvements:
iOS Simulator SSL configuration: Charles can now install its SSL CA certificate into your iOS Simulators (in the Help menu)
Mac OS X Yosemite support
1Password 5 support (Charles configures the bypass proxy settings to avoid conflicting with 1Password's browser extension)

Full Release Notes:

Charles is a web proxy (HTTP Proxy / HTTP Monitor) that runs on your own computer. Your web browser (or any other Internet application) is then configured to access the Internet through Charles, and Charles is then able to record and display for you all of the data that is sent and received.

Key Features

SSL Proxying: view SSL requests and responses in plain text
Bandwidth Throttling to simulate slower Internet connections including latency
AJAX debugging : view XML and JSON requests and responses as a tree or as text
AMF: view the contents of Flash Remoting / Flex Remoting messages as a tree
Repeat requests to test back-end changes
Edit requests to test different inputs
Breakpoints to intercept and edit requests or responses
Validate recorded HTML, CSS and RSS/atom responses using the W3C validator

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