How to Debug HTTP(S) Traffic for Android Apps with Burp Proxy

December 6, 2017

If you have ever developed apps using HTTP(S) APIs you probably encountered situations when the server answered with errors like 400 Bad Request error or your app failed to parse responses throwing exceptions with enigmatic messages like Unterminated string at line 1 column 57345 and you have no idea what is going on. Everything seems to match specifications but the app does not work. This article will explain one of the ways to debug such cases – Burp Proxy – while your Android mobile app development.

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