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Snark is a so-called "attack proxy" that makes it possible for users to monitor and edit HTTP requests and responses. It can be configured to act as a Web proxy, in a tunnel mode that allows for proxy chaining, or with other tools. It also has a plugin architecture for extending its feature set.

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Recent releases

  •  13 Nov 2005 09:20

    Release Notes: The installer has been updated to only include Snark. Morph is now a separate project. Additionally, the Win32 installer has been updated, as well as all newer Perl modules, wxWidgets, etc. The UI works a lot better now.

    •  05 Aug 2005 18:33

      Release Notes: Snark now has an internal CA used for truly transparent man-in-the-middling of SSL. Many bugfixes, new searching, new message navigation, and expanded plugin code. This release has been in use for several months and is quite stable.

      •  28 Jul 2004 01:10

        Release Notes: A few new features were added, including a new context menu for in-place decoding of URL, HTML, and Base64 values. Extra information was added to each message to make it possible for plugins to determine which request matches with a response. This is working towards having an optional tree view of HTTP messages.

        •  22 Jul 2004 03:54

          Release Notes: Several issues with 100 continue messages were fixed along with a small bug in the output filters. Folding of messages now works. A quickstart guide was added.

          •  08 May 2004 11:06

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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