Manually Removing Fiddler Everywhere Certificate
|1.0.0 and above
The Fiddler Everywhere certificate is installed to inspect network traffic and debug it. I don't want the traffic monitoring anymore, so how can I remove the HTTPS certificate from my system?
To remove the root certificate, follow the steps in each of the sections below depending on the OS you use.
In your system, open the Keychain Access application. Select the login keychain from the list and All Items from the category list.
Scroll to the Fiddler_Root_Certificate_Authority certificate and press Delete.
Clicking the Delete button prompts a window asking for a confirmation. In the popup window, answer Yes and enter your system Password. This will update the Keychain settings.
In the search bar of your Windows system, open the Manage User Certificates menu.
A window opens where you can see list of Certificates - Current User. In the list, expand the Trusted Root Certification Authorities item and select Certificates. In the list on the right, search for Fiddler Root Certificate Authority.
Select Fiddler_Root_Certificate_Authority and delete the certificate. Click Yes in both prompts that will appear. As a result, the certificate will be removed from your system.