Configuring Fiddler Everywhere on Fedora, CentOS, or RedHat
|1.0.0 and above
|Shared System Certificates storage
|Fedora, CentOS, RedHat, and others
The instructions for installing the trusted root certificate for Fiddler Everywhere on Linux use the Debian
dpkg-reconfigure command. However, some Linux distributions like Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat can lack the
dpkg library or limit its usage. How can I install and trust the Fiddler root CA (certificate authority) using the
Install and open the Fiddler Everywhere application on a shared system certificate storage Linux distribution such as Fedora, CentOS, or RedHat.
Export the Fiddler Everywhere root certificate through Settings > HTTPS > Advanced Settings > Export root certificate(DER/Binary format). The CA is exported to ~/Desktop as a file named Fiddler_Root_Certificate_Authority.crt.
Open a terminal and copy the exported CA to the shared certificate storage. The following example uses the default paths on Fedora 33.
cp ~/Desktop/Fiddler_Root_Certificate_Authority /etc/pki/ca-trust/source/anchors/
Trust the certificate by updating the certificate authority through the following terminal command:
Return to Fiddler Everywhere and enable the HTTPS capturing by selecting the Settings > HTTPS > Capture HTTPS traffic checkbox.