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My clients are using a proxy server on their corporation,and I want to set up dev environment for testing development related to proxy issues. So, I want to set up a proxy server which blocks all port 80 requests, unless the request is requested by the proxy server. This is what I tried:

  1. Installing fiddler2 on port 8888.
  2. Setting up two rules on windows firewall:
    • Block all port 80 requests.
    • Allow all requests from fiddler exe.

Then, I opened FF and changed the proxy server to be 127.0.0.1:8888. Unfortunately, the requests from the fiddler are still blocked.

What am I doing wrong?

Is there other program which do that easier?

(Tried also with CCProxy without success).

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Found the answer in a great post: https://github.com/mapbox/mason/wiki/Windows:-Simulate-an-enterprise-proxy-on-a-single-developer-machine

  1. Block all the outbound connections on the firewall.
  2. Allow request from fiddler.exe
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