I want to use mitmproxy to monitor the network traffic of a video game, but I can’t log into the Steam client because it uses port 27019 for some of it’s TCP traffic. Is there a way to make this work at all? I’ve already tried this: “–ignore d+.d+.d+.d+:27019” but that didn’t help at all. I’m assuming mitmproxy only allows ports 80 and 443?
Hopefully someone can help me with this issue.