CooJah 6 is an advanced network sniffer that supports the HTTP, RTMP and RTMPE protocol. It reveals the URLs to almost all media resources and is capable of capturing request and response headers. Together with CooJah 6 comes Blader the integrated download manager that not only supports these protocols but also uses RTMPDump to download the content behind any URL found by CooJah 6.
The most important feature of Blader is that you can specify any HTTP request header, referrer and cookie. With this functionality Blader can simulate other clients such as web browsers or media players and therefore break through download restrictions of most dynamic websites using ASP, JSP or PHP for example.
Unfortunately CooJah 6's InstallShield is in Chinese. To help you with the installation follow these simple steps. Do not worry, once you have installed CooJah 6 the entire user interface will be in English.
Please download CooJah 6 from here and use the Local Download Installation Package (8.7MB). Once you have downloaded CooJah 6 start the installation.
Click on the button with the bold letter N for next step.
Now make sure to Accept the licence agreement marked with the bold letter A and then click on the button with the bold letter N for the next step.
In this step you can choose the installation directory if you click on the top right button with the two bold letters II or leave it at its default setting (recommended) and continue to the next step with a click on the button with the bold letter N.
Now you are being asked to confirm the installation. To do this click on the button in the middle with the two bold letters II.
Now CooJah 6 is being installed.
Now it will ask you if you like to place a shortcut on your desktop as well as start the program after installation. Leave both ticks (recommended) and then click on the button with the bold letter N for the next step.
Once CooJah 6 is installed and you run it for the first time the System Settings window will come up automatically. There you can choose to sniff your browser's network traffic or other network applications. Simply add them to the list and click OK. You can leave the Filter Settings, Interface Settings and Other Settings at their default values. Also a new tab in your browser will open with a link to a little video tutorial about CooJah 6.
Once you have added your browser to the applications to be sniffed you will be instructed to restart CooJah 6 for the changes to take effect.
If you have done everything right you are now ready to start using CooJah 6.
Please note that CooJah 6 is the final version of this program but there is a new program in the making. You can join the CooJah 6 Google Group to find out more about this new program or ask the developer and other users questions about CooJah 6 and Blader.
Since I frequently use CooJah 6 to get content from dynamic sites with secure tokens you can also ask me about it if you have difficulties using it. I will surly post more about how to use CooJah 6 with such sites in the future.