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Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hi
Ah, glad to know you found a solution :smile: @marekdef
Weyert de Boer
@weyert
hello :D
Weyert de Boer
@weyert
I was wondering how I can share my scripts for request/response rewrites with colleagues?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hi
You can right click on the selected rules -> Export
Then sharing to your colleagues
To import the rule, please open the Scripting window -> right click -> Import
@weyert
mynameistino
@mynameistino
Very nice program! Congratulations Nghia! I just tested it out yesterday. I'm trying to parse specific data from the https response body but I have only used python. Do you know if it will be possible in the future?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hi
You can parse your data with the Scripting Tool
but you have to write JS
@mynameistino let check out this snipped code: https://docs.proxyman.io/scripting/snippet-code
it contains many common tasks and the sample code :smile:
mynameistino
@mynameistino
Cam on! I will check it out! 😀
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
It’s not possible to use Python at the moment
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Thank you 😊
Dani Postigo
@dpostigo
I have a question. I tried installing the Proxyman certificate manually on iOS Simulator. I go to Certificate > Export > Root Certificate as PEM format. When I drag and drop to the Simulator, I get an alert "Failed to read certificate". What does this mean?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
Hi
let me see
@dpostigo You can add the certificate to your iOS Simulator by using this following code
xcrun simctl keychain booted add-root-cert <your_certificate>
@dpostigo I’m able to reproduce your issue. The simulator doesn’t accept PEM format, please export as a DER file
it will work either dragging it to the simulator or using the CLI :+1: @dpostigo
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
if you don’t like to use a manual way, please considering using an Automatic Step (Certificate -> Install on iOS -> Simulator)
it will call xcrun simctl behind the scene
Dani Postigo
@dpostigo
cool :) thank you, I'll try that.
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
please let me know the result :smile:
if you would like to use a manual way, make sure you export as a DER format
Dani Postigo
@dpostigo
the xcrun simctl command worked great with a DER format certificate :) thanks so much
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
nice, glad to know it works for you @dpostigo :smile:
just wondering: Why don’t you use an automatic way?
Aditya Pillai
@pilleye
Is there a way to get traffic that disregards a machine's proxy settings to still go through a proxy? Sort of like a VPN for the machine?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
hey @pilleye it’s depended on what your VPN app is
In general, if you can find a HTTP/HTTPS Proxy in your VPN’s Preference, you can override to 127.0.0.1 port 9090
it migh work together
Aditya Pillai
@pilleye
Hey, thanks for the advice. I actually have a slightly different use case; I'm trying to reverse engineer an application and the API calls it makes, but if I set the machine's proxy settings, it doesn't actually use the proxy since no requests are coming through Proxyman. Is there a way around this?
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
ah, I understand
it looks like the network library from your application doesn’t respect the system HTTP/HTTPS Proxy
so, there is no traffic on Proxyman
if you’re a developer of this app, you have to force it (by adding a Proxy config when making a request)
if you’re not a ownder of this app, it’s really difficult to achieve what you need
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
you can use Proxifier (http://www.proxifier.com), it is capable of forcing all traffic that go to the proxy
then you can set the Proxy to 127.0.0.1 port 9090 where Proxyman is
it might work (I haven’t tried it yet)
Aditya Pillai
@pilleye
Thanks for the links, I appreciate it!
Nghia Tran
@NghiaTranUIT
You’re welcome :wave: