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Wireshark cannot decode the ssl traffic since the ssl encryption is end to end between the client and the server. For decrypting the traffic you would need symmetric keys that are generated during the ssl handshake process. The only cleartext part in the ssl stream is the ssl handshake where client/server hello are exchanged.

If you want to decrypt the ssl traffic then its better if you use fiddler. https://docs.telerik.com/fiddler/Configure-Fiddler/Tasks/DecryptHTTPS

Fiddler actually sits in the middle of the client and server and acts as proxy/man in the middle.