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curl timeout troubleshooting

I tried to curl popular websites e.g. curl google.com or curl google.com:80 and there is always a timeout error. Some troubleshooting steps performed: Able to curl localhost with response Able to ...
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Allow non-root unmodifiable sofware to bind to ports 80 & 443

The company I'm in uses the Java Secure Application Manager to "secure" non-internal connections their webmail and electronic collaboration software. Aside from using expired certificates, and ...
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Monitor outgoing web requests as they’re happening

I want to see a list of all outgoing HTTP requests from my desktop. I think it should be possible to monitor HTTPS hostnames as well for local clients using Server Name Indication (SNI). OS X has a ...
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Capture web traffic grouped by individual TCP streams

As far as I know a HTTP request and response constructs one TCP connection. To debug a web application on a GUI-less server, I'd like to be able to capture these TCP streams in a single ...
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How to redirect http requests to local Apache server on internet connection lost?

I have a little Linux (Ubuntu based) server with 2 network cards, which acts as a router, dhcp, dns server, firewall, etc. One network card is connected to the LAN, while the other is connected to my ...
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How to change user agent on all http requests made from my machine with Squid intercepting proxy?

I'd like to change the user agent on all HTTP requests made from this machine. It's easy enough to change the user agent in each browser, but other apps also make http requests. In particular, there's ...
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How to configure pfsense to NAT servers?

How can I configure pfsense so it will NAT servers so they can be accessed outside of the company? I tried to play around with the NAT settings, but didn't get anywhere. I want to be able to access ...
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How can I see dumps of wholе HTTP packets?

I need to see whole HTTP packets sent and recieved by an application for debugging purposes. How can this be done in command-line?