Let's say Mobile device A sits on Network A, and I want to monitor their HTTPS traffic remotely, how might I go about doing this? I know that locally, on the same network, a proxy debugging tool can help (Charles proxy, Fiddler, etc.). But how about if I want to do this remotely?

I have full access to Mobile device A and can have it configured as needed. Is it possible to setup a remote proxy (say a Charles Proxy instance) and then configure my mobile devices or PCs on one network to go through that remote proxy?

  • Use a VPN that you can access remotely. Sep 21, 2023 at 20:20
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    If you have a device a network A which is able to capture traffic at network A then the question is not how to forward and capture but how to capture and forward. The first (capture) you do already with the device and for forwarding the captured traffic you could use whatever connectivity you have to the device: SSH, VPN, ... . But this is not actually a security question. Sep 21, 2023 at 21:20


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