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 ...
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?
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 ...
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 ...