Okay, looking over the PUT and POST requests that we just created, I cannot find the word “famous” anywhere.
Is it that the word does not get sent, or is there something else going on?
On Chrome it is pretty easy to read the HTTPS requests, and so I did.
Filtered Network tab to XHR, and looked at the GET requests and Ha! Okay, well cool, but still I cannot pinpoint who this person is, nor reply back.
I activated Charles SSL Proxy, and installed Charles SSL certificate on my i Phone but that just didn’t work, and the app could not connect anymore.That surely is because they are providing such smart service.Tonight while working on my startup Developer — A service to create your own beautiful product documentation, API reference, user guides in hosted developer hubs (portals) — I got a message from someone with 100% compatibility as the dating website claims, so I was highly intrigued to know who she was.I am not a fan of online dating, nor do I have any online dating apps installed on my devices.
I have tried few of the most famous online dating apps and they did not appeal to me. That really intrigued me into seeing how this works.Client Message Wrapper["message"])Hmm, interesting. I opened the list to send more messages and I inspected the HTML and it turns out that that message has the ID 62. The reverse engineering I just did is 99% done on Chrome without the need of any other tools.