I use Shaarli since ages to collect links, notes and bookmarks. I worked a little bit on that collection and started to share some as public lists. On my mobile device I bought a license for Stakali, it fits perfectly into my workflows. I often search on my mobile and share the link through Stakali to my desktop. Stakali just needs the URL and the API Key of Shaarli, but I got errors. So I analyzed the source and app with: Genymotion Burp Suite Community Edition Stakali has an option to disable SSL Key checking, so no need to use any more tools to intercept the traffic.

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