Capture clear text with Nginx reverse proxy
peter_booth at me.com
Sun May 5 17:24:57 UTC 2019
I’m not going to get into the openbsd question, but I can tell you some of the different things that I have done to solve this kind of problem in the past. Your environmental constraints will impact which is feasible:
1. Use tcpdump to capture packets
2. Use netcat as an intercepting proxy
3. Use muffin as a http aware proxy
4. Use one or more virtual machines to host proxies
5. Use a cheap ($40) smart switch and a spanning port to mirror traffic
6. Use Goliath as a ruby proxy
There are many more ways to get the same results
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> On May 5, 2019, at 5:38 AM, Mik J via nginx <nginx at nginx.org> wrote:
> Thank you for your answer Stuart.
> I'm on an Openbsd platform and it's not available for it.
> It seems to me a bit complicated because I'll have to insert it between the Nginx reverse proxy and the end server. Have you used it ?
> Le dimanche 5 mai 2019 à 04:01:54 UTC+2, Andrew Stuart <andrew.stuart at supercoders.com.au> a écrit :
> >> Is there a way to see in clear text what is exchanged between the Nginx reverse proxy and the server ?
> Maybe something like this?
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