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             // For the purposes of this demo, we'll forbid connections to HTTPS 
            // sites that use invalid certificates. Change this from the default only
            // if you know EXACTLY what that implies.
            Fiddler.CONFIG.IgnoreServerCertErrors = false;

            // ... but you can allow a specific (even invalid) certificate by implementing and assigning a callback...
            // FiddlerApplication.OnValidateServerCertificate += new System.EventHandler<ValidateServerCertificateEventArgs>(CheckCert);

            FiddlerApplication.Prefs.SetBoolPref("fiddler.network.streaming.abortifclientaborts", true);

            // For forward-compatibility with updated FiddlerCore libraries, it is strongly recommended that you 
            // start with the DEFAULT options and manually disable specific unwanted options.
            FiddlerCoreStartupFlags oFCSF = FiddlerCoreStartupFlags.Default;

            // E.g. If you want to add a flag, start with the .Default and "OR" the new flag on:
            // oFCSF = (oFCSF | FiddlerCoreStartupFlags.CaptureFTP);

            // ... or if you don't want a flag in the defaults, "and not" it out:
            // Uncomment the next line if you don't want FiddlerCore to act as the system proxy
            //oFCSF = (oFCSF & ~FiddlerCoreStartupFlags.RegisterAsSystemProxy);

            // *******************************
            // Important HTTPS Decryption Info
            // *******************************
            // When FiddlerCoreStartupFlags.DecryptSSL is enabled, you must include either
            //     MakeCert.exe
            // *or*
            //     CertMaker.dll
            //     BCMakeCert.dll
            // ... in the folder where your executable and FiddlerCore.dll live. These files
            // are needed to generate the self-signed certificates used to man-in-the-middle
            // secure traffic. MakeCert.exe uses Windows APIs to generate certificates which
            // are stored in the user's \Personal\ Certificates store. These certificates are
            // NOT compatible with iOS devices which require specific fields in the certificate
            // which are not set by MakeCert.exe. 
            // In contrast, CertMaker.dll uses the BouncyCastle C# library (BCMakeCert.dll) to
            // generate new certificates from scratch. These certificates are stored in memory
            // only, and are compatible with iOS devices.

            // Uncomment the next line if you don't want to decrypt SSL traffic.
            // oFCSF = (oFCSF & ~FiddlerCoreStartupFlags.DecryptSSL);

            // NOTE: In the next line, you can pass 0 for the port (instead of 8877) to have FiddlerCore auto-select an available port
            int iPort = 8877;
            //Fiddler.FiddlerApplication.Startup(iPort, oFCSF);
            Fiddler.FiddlerApplication.Startup(iPort, false, true, true);

            FiddlerApplication.Log.LogFormat("Created endpoint listening on port {0}", iPort);

            FiddlerApplication.Log.LogFormat("Starting with settings: [{0}]", oFCSF);
            FiddlerApplication.Log.LogFormat("Gateway: {0}", CONFIG.UpstreamGateway.ToString());

            Console.WriteLine("Hit CTRL+C to end session.");

            // We'll also create a HTTPS listener, useful for when FiddlerCore is masquerading as a HTTPS server
            // instead of acting as a normal CERN-style proxy server.
            oSecureEndpoint = FiddlerApplication.CreateProxyEndpoint(iSecureEndpointPort, true, sSecureEndpointHostname);
            if (null != oSecureEndpoint)
                FiddlerApplication.Log.LogFormat("Created secure endpoint listening on port {0}, using a HTTPS certificate for '{1}'", iSecureEndpointPort, sSecureEndpointHostname);
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