I would like to understand a point. When I use fiddler it creates a local proxy to analyze the traffic, so far everything is fine. However when Fiddler is launched and I browse an HTTPS site the certificate on the browser is "replaced" by the one generated by Fiddler, marked as DO NOT TRUST.
I would like to understand the risks associated with this local proxy and this certificate replacement... Imagine that I am browsing the internet with Fiddler continuously running locally, what am I actually risking? Is this a bad practice? Or on the contrary, everything is fine?
Thanks for your help !