Aletheia is a browser-like application for sending raw HTTP requests. It is designed for debugging and finding security issues in Web applications. It is possible to apply filters on every request and response which can modify the content, for making Basic Authentication or OAuth requests, for example. Because it is possible to modify every bit of the request, it is easy to exploit Web applications. That means you can set, for example, custom Cookies or User-Agents, or send file uploads to the server. It uses the Apache HTTP core components library to send HTTP requests. This application also helps you understand how the HTTP protocol works.
|Tags||http client Java OAuth form DNS browser|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release adds syntax highlighting and the ability to click on hyperlinks within the textarea using the rsyntaxtextarea library. It adds an option to insert sample form posts and file upload requests. It adds a request processor, which writes the request to the stdin of a given command and uses the stdout as request. In this way you can use any scripting language to build your request. This release implements a JSON formatter and fixes some bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds HTTPS support, can save a certificate as a file in DER format, adds a cookie manager and an image viewer, and fixes bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds a custom sidebar panel for each tab. The sidebar is only displayed if a resource handler is available for the content type. An HTML handler has been added that displays all links, images and objects of an HTML page, and there is an atom handler that shows all entry titles. A hex view has been added for binary content. Downloading of binary content like images, etc. has been fixed, as well as a URL resolving issue and some minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds a link sidebar to have an overview of all available links of the current Web site. It improves the code design of the application so that it is easier to add new sidebar gadgets or request/response filters. It also adds a URL wrapper to make whois or DNS lookup requests on the given host.
Release Notes: This release makes an critical fix to URL parsing so GET parameters in textfields are not ignored. Each tab has now a seperate URL textfield, and the resolving of relative URLs has been improved. Some minor bugs have been fixed.