My internet connection used to be a direct LAN connection to my provider. Back then, everything would load fine on both Windows and Ubuntu (dual boot). However, a while ago they started needing me to ...
I have a script which generates a daily report which I want to serve to the so called general public. The problem is I don't want to add to my headaches maintance of a http server (e.x. apache) with ...
One of the HTTP headers that the Apache httpd sends back with response data is "Server". For example, my web server machine is relatively up-to-date Arch Linux. It sends back headers closely ...
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 ...
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 ...
I'm trying to a test request/response to www.google.com on port 80 as below : $ telnet www.google.com 80 After that I typed in : GET / HTTP/1.1 Host: www.google.com But nothing happens! Any ...
I need to go to a webpage, and click a button (called "Generate Daily Trends", as shown in the picture below), and click it again every 1 minute. Is there any way (e.g., script or code) that I can ...
Possible Duplicate: Does anybody here have experience in automating some tasks in web applications using curl? Sorry for the lengthy title. I am trying use command line to download a ...
I have a range of ip addresses (10.13.13.10-19) that I want to redirect all outgoing http traffic to an internal webserver. So if someone in that range tried to access any site, the html from my ...