This repository contains the mitmproxy and pathod projects.
mitmproxy is an interactive, SSL-capable intercepting proxy with a console interface.
mitmdump is the command-line version of mitmproxy. Think tcpdump for HTTP.
mitmweb is a web-based interface for mitmproxy.
pathod are perverse HTTP client and server applications designed to let you craft almost any conceivable HTTP request, including ones that creatively violate the standards.
Documentation & Help
General information, tutorials, and precompiled binaries can be found on the mitmproxy and pathod websites.
The latest documentation for mitmproxy is also available on ReadTheDocs.
Join our discussion forum on Discourse to ask questions, help each other solve problems, and come up with new ideas for the project.
Join our developer chat on Slack if you would like to contribute to mitmproxy itself.
The installation instructions are here. If you want to contribute changes, keep on reading.
As an open source project, mitmproxy welcomes contributions of all forms. If you would like to bring the project forward, please consider contributing in the following areas:
- Maintenance: We are incredibly thankful for individuals who are stepping up and helping with maintenance. This includes (but is not limited to) triaging issues, reviewing pull requests and picking up stale ones, helping out other users in our forums, creating minimal, complete and verifiable examples or test cases for existing bug reports, updating documentation, or fixing minor bugs that have recently been reported.
- Code Contributions: We actively mark issues that we consider are good first contributions. If you intend to work on a larger contribution to the project, please come talk to us first.
To get started hacking on mitmproxy, please follow the advanced installation steps to install mitmproxy from source, but stop right before running
pip3 install mitmproxy. Instead, do the following:
git clone https://github.com/mitmproxy/mitmproxy.git cd mitmproxy ./dev.sh # "powershell .\dev.ps1" on Windows
The dev script will create a virtualenv environment in a directory called "venv" and install all mandatory and optional dependencies into it. The primary mitmproxy components - mitmproxy and p