Readable Thrift makes binary Thrift protocol messages easy to work with by converting them to and from a human-friendly format. This makes manual analysis of and tampering with binary format Thrift messages just as easy as working with plaintext protocols like HTTP.
The library is implemented in Java, enabling integration with extensions for popular web application testing tools that run on the JVM, such as Burp and ZAP. All one has to do to get an analysis or tampering tool up and running is parse out the appropriate bytes and pass them to the codec.
See the tool, here: https://github.com/nccgroup/readable-thrift