Converting .pcap capture to VuGen script
During the conversion of a .pcap file captured from WireShark, I am facing an issue wherein, I can't see all of my requests being generated in form of a VuGen script. I do see a few requests but not all of them. I see a popup stating "The selected capture file contains SSL communications. To allow these communications to be processed during script generation, provide the server-side key files(s) required for decryption."
I am assuming that since I am not providing any key files, that's the cause behind the missing requests. The question being if that's the case, which key files do I provide? Are these key files the ones being used at the servers of application under test (AUT)? What would be the way to go if I don't have access to those files?
Thanks in advance!
Long process - https://support.citrix.com/article/CTX116557
Work around - I used an android app called http canary to capture ssl traffic and generate the decrypted raw requests/headers/cookies/responses etc. Basically everything you need to create a web custom request.
Hope this helps!!!
Thanks @J_Jena. I took a look at it but I still see similar issues as other proxies. I gave all the required permissions (except the ones requiring root, since it's an organization owned device, I am not allowed to root the device.) and installed the required certificates. I didn't put any filter specific to an app, rather I wanted traffic from all the apps. But still I am only able to capture traffic from browsers. Once the proxy/vpn is enabled, just the browsers work and rest other apps like YouTube, Google Maps etc including my AUT, stop working (Error: No Network). Is there anything that I am missing? Or a rooted device is mandatory, to capture native apps traffic?
I am testing a native app. As I mentioned, my browsers work just fine. The native apps do not work when the proxy/vpn are active. I am assuming if I move the required certificate from "User" to "System", the native apps might start working. But that'd require root access.