Over the last few months on web application penetration tests, I've come across scenarios where I would need to create a hash for whatever reason. Unfortunately, Fiddler does not have a built-in hash calculator and I couldn't find an already existing Fiddler extension that would do this. I'm a big fan of Fiddler, but I would have to use another proxy like Paros, Web Scarab or Burp just to calculating a hash. So, I wrote this extension that adds the capability to create hashes (MD5, SHA-1, SHA 256, SHA 384 and SHA 512) from within Fiddler itself.
Downloading the ExtensionYou can download the extension installer from here:
Installation Notes / Pre-RequisitesThe extension has the following pre-requisites:
- .NET framework version 2 or higher - If you already have a working installation of Fiddler on your machine then you already have .NET framework version 2 or higher installed.
- Fiddler version 18.104.22.168 or later
\Documents\Fiddler2\Scripts – Windows 7
- C:\Documents and Settings\
\My Documents\Fiddler2\Scripts – Windows XP, 2003 Server
Once installed, the extension can be un-installed from the standard Windows “Add/Remove Programs” snap-in.