ServiceCapture – HTTP Traffic Capture for Debugging Flash

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ServiceCapture runs on your pc and captures all HTTP traffic sent from your browser or IDE. It is designed to help Rich Internet Application(RIA) developers in the debugging, analysis, and testing of their applications.

You can download the free trial below. After it is installed and running, visit the Macromedia Exchange with your web browser (some configuration needed for Mozilla). You should see a good mix of XML and Flash Remoting traffic deserialized into an easy to read format.

Remote Service Deserialization
ServiceCapture is the only tool of its kind to deserialize and display all Flash Remoting or AMF traffic in a simple-to-use interface. ServiceCapture now also deserializes SOAP and JSON-RPC traffic into easy to use object trees.

Bandwidth Simulation
ServiceCapture also has a unique bandwidth simulation feature. This allows engineers to throttle their bandwidth to simulate dial-up, dsl, and cable connection speeds, even when your entire application is being served locally.

URL to File Mapping
Mapping URLs to files allows you to transparently replace a server response with data from a local file. This allows you to test and develop local files against remote environments.

You can download ServiceCapture here:

ServiceCapture v1.2.19 (Windows)

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4 Responses to ServiceCapture – HTTP Traffic Capture for Debugging Flash

  1. Everyday Weekender September 5, 2007 at 4:07 pm #

    I love the ‘please add 6 and 2’ question.. how do you get this?

  2. Darknet September 6, 2007 at 5:25 am #

    You can find the plugin here:

    Did you pass math

  3. Sandeep nain September 6, 2007 at 11:27 am #

    Wowwww.. sounds like another great tool for web developers as well as security researchers…

    I haven’t tried this yet but i hope it will help in injection of malicious content in SOAP content…

    and i like this “Did you pass math” thingy.. and yes.. i did pass math… :)

  4. TheRealDonQuixote September 8, 2007 at 5:29 am #

    I wish I could use the “Did you pass math” plugin on my blog. I ain’t got my own hosting though so I can’t. :`(

    Oh, and another nice find DKNT!!