Initially I was using mitmproxy to capture API requests, but I recently tried switching to Postman because it seems a bit more user friendly…
I got everything set up acording to this article: https://learning.postman.com/docs/sending-requests/capturing-request-data/capturing-https-traffic/ including capturing https traffic and bypassing HSTS etc
Anyways, the issue is that it’s capturing way too much.
It’s capturing calls to GET Images, it’s capturing calls to GET Css files… It’s capturing calls to GETs to requests where the response body is a lot of html - It’s capturing OPTIONs calls
Is it possible to configure Postman to only capture requests where the request or response are content type is application/json ? I’m only try to capture requests from and to the api part (and unfortunately the API calls and all the other html related things are on the same domain, so I can’t filter by domain)