Simulating HTTPS APIsΒΆ

To capture HTTPS traffic, you need to use Hoverfly’s SSL certificate.

First, download the certificate:

wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/SpectoLabs/hoverfly/master/core/cert.pem

We can now run Hoverfly with the standard capture then simulate workflow.

hoverctl start
hoverctl mode capture
curl --proxy https://localhost:8500 https://example.com --cacert cert.pem
hoverctl mode simulate
curl --proxy https://localhost:8500 https://example.com --cacert cert.pem
hoverctl stop

Curl was able to make the HTTPS request using an HTTPS proxy because we provided it with Hoverfly’s SSL certificate.

Note

This example uses cURL. If you are using Hoverfly in another environment, you will need to add the certificate to your trust store. This is done automatically by the Hoverfly Java library (see Hoverfly Java).

See also

This example uses Hoverfly’s default SSL certificate. Alternatively, you can use Hoverfly to generate a new certificate. For more information, see Configuring SSL in Hoverfly.