The wuzz is a command line tool for inspecting HTTP requests interactively. User is able to provide URL, params, HTTP method, request headers and data in different sections. HTTP request is send to server and returned response headers and body displayed in corresponding sections.
This tutorial shows how to install wuzz on Ubuntu 20.04.
Download the latest executable file of wuzz from GitHub:
sudo wget -qO /usr/local/bin/wuzz https://github.com/asciimoo/wuzz/releases/latest/download/wuzz_linux_amd64
Set execute permission for file:
sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/wuzz
wuzz command can be used for all users.
We can check wuzz version:
wuzz command and provide URL as argument to start HTTP inspection.
Now we can provide URL params, request headers, etc. We can move to next section by pressing
Tab key or to previous section with
Shift+Tab. URL can be modified as well. We can send request by pressing
Enter (only from URL section). Press
CTRL+C to quit wuzz.
If you wish to remove wuzz, just delete executable file:
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/bin/wuzz