Charles Alternatives for Linux
mitmproxy is an SSL-capable man-in-the-middle proxy for HTTP. It provides a console interface that allows traffic flows to be inspected and edited on the fly. It also features mitmdump, a commandline tool that provides a tcpdump-like interface for saving, viewing and...
- - mitmproxy is the most popular Mac & Linux alternative to Charles.
- - mitmproxy is the most popular Open Source alternative to Charles.
Comments about mitmproxy as a Alternative to Charles
Not as easy to use, but it's really powerful.4
Free and open-source, UI doesn't constantly nag you to pay money.3
sames features as charles but less easy to access. If you are not affray about command lines options, go using it.2
Burp Suite is an integrated platform for performing security testing of web applications. Its various tools work seamlessly together to support the entire testing process, from initial mapping and analysis of an application's attack surface, through to finding and exploiting...
Burp Suite Features
The Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) is an easy to use integrated penetration testing tool for finding vulnerabilities in web applications.
OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) Features
Comments about OWASP Zed Attack Proxy (ZAP) as a Alternative to Charles
This is security vulnerability finding software, not a proxy observer.8
HTTP Toolkit is a beautiful, cross-platform & open-source HTTP(S) debugging proxy, analyzer & client, with built-in support for modern tools from Docker to Android to GraphQL.
- - HTTP Toolkit is the most popular Web-based alternative to Charles.
HTTP Toolkit Features
Requestly is a lightweight proxy available as a browser extension & desktop app to intercept & modify network requests. Using Requestly you can Modify Headers, Redirect Url, Mock API response, Delay/Throttle requests, etc.
- - Requestly is the most popular SaaS alternative to Charles.
Comments about Requestly as a Alternative to Charles
Requestly is very easy to work with. You don't have to switch context between a desktop application & web app. Moreover, It is very lightweight and don't affect any other application. Thanks to the developer1
Requestly brings the power of Charles proxy in the browser. It's so simple and easy to use than Charles. Not that Charles won't do the work but Requestly is way simpler and lightweight. https://requestly.io/charles-proxy-alternative/0
If you need to debug Web apps, then Requestly is the best solution out there. Compared to Charles, Requestly has almost every functionality that Charles offers. Very user friendly and collaboration capabilities too.0
After trying Requestly once, never went back to Charles. Way easier to use, convenient interface. Loved the ability to share proxy rules with the team - saved a lot of time!0
HttpFox monitors and analyzes all incoming and outgoing HTTP traffic between the browser and the web servers.
Live HTTP Headers logs all HTTP traffic between Google Chrome and the Internet.
Live HTTP Headers (Chrome) FeaturesWarning
Suspected of distribute adwares, even after removing the extension
James is a HTTP Proxy and Monitor that enables developers to view and intercept requests made from the browser. It is an open-source alternative to the popular developer tool Charles.Discontinued
Not sure if 'discontinued' is quite right, but James has now officially moved in 'maintenance mode', with little or no ongoing development or support. See the readme: https://github.com/james-proxy/james#this-project-is-in-maintenance-mode.It would be helpful to highlight that here imo.