We've been using Charles Proxy during the development of a product, but now need to be able to script/automate the same behaviour using command line tools on macOS.

My understanding is that Charles Proxy is effectively a UI on top of system level tools. We don't need the UI - just the underlying proxying capability (including SSL proxying).

Does anyone know if it is possible to run a local proxy server, supporting SSL proxying, from the command line on macOS, ideally using only built-in shell commands?

If that's not possible, brew install-able tools would be a next best, but we need to absolutely minimise dependencies.

  • Please check mitmproxy.org (Installation is done with brew install mitmproxy)... – klanomath Oct 23 '19 at 8:46

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