Fiddler Jam provides several advanced capture options. These options allow you to enable or disable certain functionalities in order to modify the recorded output:
This option will take a screenshot of each user action during the capturing process. Each screenshot will be added to the ongoing recording as a PNG file. The activities that trigger a screenshot are clickable actions (buttons, links), interactions with forms, etc. By default, Take screenshots while capturing is enabled.
This option will capture everything outputted in the developer console, including the log and available stack traces. By default, Capture console is enabled.
This option will mask any cookies that are part of the captured requests and responses. Masking hides all cookie values while the cookie key names remain visible. By default, Mask cookies is enabled.
This option will mask any post data (for example, data from forms, input text fields, etc.). Post data is also the request body sent via POST/PUT/PATCH methods. By default, Mask post data is enabled.
This option will set the value of the
Prasgma headers to
no-cache on each network request. By default, Disable cache is enabled.
Capturing all outgoing and incoming traffic for the current tab might expose sensitive or confidential data. Always consider the security aspect before sharing a recorded log. Learn more about the security details when working with Fiddler Jam.
Learn more about:
- What is the Fiddler Jam portal.
- What is the difference between Fiddler Jam portal user, Fiddler Jam portal viewer and how to become one.
- How to work with submitted logs in the Fiddler Jam portal.
- How to organize received logs into portal workspaces
- How to use the Fiddler Everywhere desktop application for deep-dive investigation of Jam logs.