©2017 by Reversee.

Our Story

Every developer needs to see his http traffic. Some tools are great but they either require too much to learn or to fire them up.
Some tools will show you just too much. 
When you need to see some traffic of just one app at a time, and you need it now, Reversee is the way to go.

 

Our Features

On the Phone

Breakpoints

Pause a request, change its content and continue

Mobile Phone

Fast config

Just connect to a custom port and you are done

Man Trying App

JS Real Time Interception

Write some javascript in the app to edit traffic in realtime

 
 

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Windows

Mac

Got Questions? We’re Here to Help.

FAQs

 

Is the app free?

Reversee is in beta and is currently free

On what platforms can I install Reversee?

Mac, Windows and Linux Desktops

I’ve seen other Apps that serve similar purposes. What makes Reversee different?

Reversee uses reverse proxy as opposed to http proxy to see your traffic. We believe that this makes the usage and configuration much simpler.

My server only works on https, how can I see the traffic (SSL offload)?

There are 2 ways to do that, it depends on what level of control you have on the client.

 

1. If your client can use http and your server can use only https, then, this is the better choice for you:

  • On the left drop box, select http. 

  • Choose a listen port for Reversee.

  • Select https for the destination protocol.

  • Select the correct port on the destination port (leave blank for the default 443).

  • Configure your client to use http://loclhost[:selected listen port]

2. If your client can not be configured to use http, but can trust self signed certificate then use this option:

  • On the left drop box, select https.

  • Choose a listen port for Reversee.

  • Select https for the destination protocol.

  • Select the correct port on the destination port (leave blank for the default 443)

  • Configure your client to use https://loclhost[:selected listen port]

  • Configure the client to trust self signed certificates

 

Getting started

  • Select http if your client connects on http, or https if your client connect on https.

  • Select an available port on your machine (example 9000) and type it into 'Listen Port' box.

  • Select http / https for the server.

  • Type the server host / ip.

  • Type the server port (or leave blank for default)

  • Toggle the button to ON.

  • See your traffic.

 

Get In Touch

We would love your feedback, feature requests and bug reports.

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