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I have a server and want to modify a request to the client with a mitm, for example, I want the server to send <html>hello world!</html> instead of <html>hello world</html> See mitm proxy:

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I prefer the free software Fiddler2.

It has scripting ability as well as a nice GUI and of course SSL deciphering capabilities.

Furthermore it can be extended by custom plugins, written in like c#.

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Burp proxy, and/or Charles are good software alternatives.

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mitmdump, mitmproxy's headless version runs on Windows and should serve your needs. The mitmproxy developers (full disclosure: I am involved here) are working on a web version called "mitmweb", which will run on Windows as well.

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