Interactive cli tool for HTTP inspection.

Wuzz command line arguments are similar to cURL’s arguments, so it can be used to inspect/modify requests copied from the browser’s network inspector with the “copy as cURL” feature.

wuzz screencast

Installation and usage

$ go get github.com/asciimoo/wuzz
$ "$GOPATH/bin/wuzz" --help

Note: golang >= 1.10 required.

Binary releases are also available.


It is possible to override default settings in a configuration file. The default location is "$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/wuzz/config.toml"on linux and ~/.wuzz/config.toml on other platforms. -c/--config switches can be used to load config file from custom location.

See example configuration for more details.


Keybinding Description
F1 Display help
Ctrl+R Send request
Ret Send request (only from URL view)
Ctrl+S Save response
Ctrl+E Save request
Ctrl+F Load request
Ctrl+C Quit
Ctrl+K, Shift+Tab Previous view
Ctlr+J, Tab Next view
Ctlr+T Toggle context specific search
Alt+H Toggle history
Down Move down one view line
Up Move up one view line
Page down Move down one view page
Page up Move up one view page
F2 Jump to URL
F3 Jump to query parameters
F4 Jump to HTTP method
F5 Jump to request body
F6 Jump to headers
F7 Jump to search
F8 Jump to response headers
F9 Jump to response body
F11 Redirects Restriction Mode

Wuzz accepts regular expressions by default to filter response body. Custom query syntax can be toggled by pressing Ctrl+T. The following formats have context specific search syntax:

Response format Query syntax
HTML https://github.com/PuerkitoBio/goquery
JSON https://github.com/tidwall/gjson


Bugs / Suggestions

Bugs or suggestions? Visit the issue tracker or join #wuzz on freenode