ps. This is how the result 3-4 varies from the lines captured while authenticated via Chrome
Greens are equals POSTs and reds are different GETs
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Trying to educate myself on Fiddler capabilities I run the follow scenario
An app hosted by IIS on localhost offers a login authentication page. I know the password and login of an administrator account. I turn "capture traffic" feature on, switch to Chrome to login into the app, enter root's password, hit Enter, and sucessfully login into the app. In the Fiddler I got 2 sessions: POST and GET.
Now, I'm trying to replicate that behavior using "Composer" tab. I populate composer tab with raw output of the 1st POST request, add the body and Execute it.
Naturally, I'm expecting to get the same two lines: 3rd which would be a clone of 1st POST and 4th which would be a clone of the 2nd GET. Instead, my 3 POST is exactly the same, but 4th GET is not
What am I missing\not taking into account?