If you read our article, Recording using Jmeter HTTP Proxy Server, then you already know how to use JMeter’s Proxy Server to record HTTP traffic.
But what if a website uses SSL encryption?
Then, you better make some configuration changes. How? We’ll tell ya’.
Record HTTPS Traffic with the JMeter Proxy Server
By default, JMeter supports recording HTTPS (SSL) in versions 2.3.4+ and HTTP Samplers are configured to accept all certificates, whether trusted or not.
To record encrypted traffic, first configure the JMeter Proxy Server and browser proxy settings. We used Firefox for this example.