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Port Routing/DNS for individual program

Background Flickr has closed its http api leaving an https only api. My favourite uploader (the official Flickr Uploadr version 2.5 running under wine) is no longer maintained, so this change broke ...
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24 views

Visualization tools for REST-based services

Let's say there is a cluster/set of processes that communicate via REST/HTTP (that could describe a whole lot of products these days). What's a good and simple way to view the communication among them ...
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Run my own HTTP fast-browsing proxy a la Opera Mini?

Opera Mini is a great browser that works well on feature phones and iPhones. Unlike most browsers, it uses Opera's servers to transcode every page you browse to into a small, easy-to-render chunk ...
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What tool can I use to sniff HTTP/HTTPS traffic?

I'm looking for a command line tool that can intercept HTTP/HTTPS requests, extract information such as: (content, destination, etc.), perform various analysis tasks, and finally determine if the ...
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1k views

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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Why wget does not work via ssh tunnel? What does proxy prevent ssh-client to do?

To test things I'm trying to establish a local ssh tunnel from my laptop to a site via ssh-server, and download a page of the site (or view it in a browser). The tunnel is made like this: $ ssh -L ...
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Is there any command-line, generic HTTP proxy (like Squid)?

I can easily use Netcat (or, Socat) to capture traffic between my browser and a specific host:port. But for Linux, does there exist any command-line counterpart of a Squid-like HTTP proxy that I can ...
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How to log all domains accessed?

Maybe I could use tcpdump, filter out all non-HTTP packets to reduce disk consumption, and then parse the output looking for domain names. Maybe there is a better solution. Do you know one?
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How to examine POST request over HTTPS?

I'm trying to automate access to a website via scraping, and I'm trying to determine what parameters are being sent to the server in a POST request. I've currently got Wireshark open, but is there a ...
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Reroute one URL

I am looking to reroute one particular URL to another, for example : http://website.com/page1.html to http://website.com/page2.html on a third party server only on my machine. But I still want it to ...