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Forward proxy that will allow me to substitute locally controlled content

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Not sure if I am using the right terminology, but I want to create a forward proxy that will allow me to substitute locally controlled content for some of the requests eg a specific remote javascript file (which I wish to debug).

My normal approach would be to save all html using a browser, but this site is very dynamic with ajax etc and I am unable to save a decent replica.

I imagine this can be done using a proxy setup with some specific requests being diverted to a local web server, but I'm not exactly sure how that should be done. I can set up a forward proxy easliy enough, but don't know how to get mod_rewrite or whatever to interfere with the proxy.

posted Jul 31, 2013 by Mandeep Sehgal

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Try Burp Suite, it will do exactly this.

answer Jul 31, 2013 by Deepankar Dubey
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