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I want to log any URLs that are being called from Flash on my Mac. Any suggestions on tools that I could use? A nice TCP logger would work.

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Charles and HTTP Scoop are good options. They have very different approaches from each other, so one of them is likely to work for you. Good luck!

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+1 for Charles. – Chris W. Rea Oct 9 '09 at 3:01

Though not the friendliest tool, there's always tcpdump which has the advantage of being built-in.

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Assuming you're talking about Flash in the browse and you're using Firefox, a nice add-on is HttpFox... I use it all the time for monitoring HTTP requests.

I also like Charles that Avi Flax recommended above. Charles has the advantage of running as a separate application as a real HTTP proxy, so it can capture HTTP traffic from any browser that's configured to use it as a proxy.

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