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  • I have used this for retrieving the SAML Assertion sent from the IDP Initiated Sign-On from Microsoft ADFS. It worked very smoothly and intuitively. Great Tool to keep at your disposal as a developer or security consultant for when such requirements pop up.
  • i m unable to download SAML Tracer it is giving error message that " Installation aborted because the add on appears to be corrupted " plzz help in this
  • The best tool for debugging SAML authentication.
  • It would definitely be worth 5 starts if the maximize button worked. - Please added this small feature.

    Moreover it would be really awesome if you could (with the key) decrypt the saml data!

    Thanks for an awesome program
  • Very useful for developers who have developed a saml service provider and want to verify in real time the SAML tokens that are exchanged with an identity provider.
  • Not working in Tor Browser
  • Our work site has banned downloading add-ons or any other software for reasonable security reasons.
    Is there a way to download the file as a zip or any other form and then I can email it and then extract and install it (yes there is a minor loophole with zip files :))
  • Mozilla Version is 52.7.2... SAML Tracer is not working at all.. If i downgrade to lower version SAML tracer, it's works for a day and upgrading to latest version automatically. Could you fix this issue, as we are struggling a lot with this tool..

    Firefox updated its own extension framework from version 57, breaking most extensions and addons:


    This is obviously no an addon's fault. All the 1.x releases of SAML-tracer are compatible with this new framework, but then they won't work with older versions of Firefox that don't include it. The other way around, older versions of SAML-tracer don't work with Firefox 57 and later.

    As such, if you want to keep using Firefox 52.x, you'll need to stick to SAML-tracer 0.4. If you want to use the latest version of SAML-tracer, though, you'll need to upgrade Firefox to at least version 57.

    Finally, SAML-tracer does not automatically update itself. This is a feature you have enabled in Firefox. If you don't want your addons to update automatically, then you need to disable this feature.
  • Great tool, use it almost daily. However, seems to be broken with Firefox 60.0. Hopefully this can be fixed soon!

    Edit: Although I'm still getting a blank window when first opening SAML Tracer, I noticed that right-clicking in the window will restore functionality. Not ideal, but good enough for now.
  • Great aid in inspecting/debugging SAML protocol auth flows.
  • Nice tool to filter and debug SAML messages. It exactly servers the purpose and I would say a must for SAML development
  • Hi there,

    The add on is not working, it is not reading/showing any traffic, please solve it!

    I'm trying to use it on Firefox for Redhat 7 and in a KVM Windows 7 that runs over the same redhat.

    I have just verified that the addon is working fine even with the latest beta version. Have you checked that it is not "paused"?
  • After upgrading firefox 59.0.1, the saml tracer is not loading correctly.
    The tool bar on top is not showing.

    What version of Firefox were you running before the upgrade? Have you updated SAML-tracer as well?
  • Fantastic tool !!!
  • This new add on is a disappointment,

    the scrolling starts and is not responsive in some cause to stop
    there is no way to output the session http, parameter, SAML , at least that I have found
    I had to get special authorities to be able to see the logs as our workplace has images they try to secure
    the icon being on the top corner of browser, doesn't really assist assist since you still have to click on it to have it start, similar to having to go to tools and open. So we gained one click but lost in having to stop filter and auto scroll.
    had to upgrade version of firefox I was using to be able to use

    all in all not happy, like the old version and functionality better it had a five star as opposed to how it is now, it was very user friendly.

    The last version (1.0) was released precisely to make it work with the latest version of Firefox, as with the change in the extension framework the extension stopped working. This means we had to find a compromise solution and remove some functionality in order to have the extension out as soon as possible.

    This was clearly stated in the release notes:

    > SAMLtracer is now compatible with Firefox 57 and later
    > thanks to the contribution of Jan Köhler.
    > It includes a major redesign of the user interface. The ability
    > to import and export traces is missing for the moment, but
    > will be added back as soon as possible.

    That given, it makes absolutely no sense to update Firefox to install this release of the extension, as you are losing functionality and some things are likely to not work. If you weren't using the latest version of Firefox, you should have stayed with it if SAMLtracer was critical to you and you needed the ability to import/export traces.

    Resource filtering and autoscroll is still in place and working, though. Could you clarify what's the problem with those? I'm afraid I don't understand either why you say you needed "special authorities to be able to see the logs"?