sniffing btw my web browser and a server

Eduard Hiti KatMouse at gmx.de
Thu Dec 28 18:08:50 CET 2000


You can try 'Proxomitron' as a proxy. It's basically an ad filtering
(shonenware!?) software (but capable of much more), and has a very nice log
window, in which you can view all HTTP headers sent.

The URL: http://members.tripod.com/Proxomitron/


There's also a Python only solution: 'WebDebug'. It also acts as a proxy,
logging all transfers and generating a nice and comprehensive HTML report.

The URL: http://www.cyberclip.com/webdebug/download.html

Good luck,

    Eduard Hiti


"June Kim" <junaftnoon at nospamplzyahoo.com> wrote in message
news:92aush$rhc$1 at news.nuri.net...
| I'm doing some sort of web client programming, and have to observe the
| messages that my browser and web-servers transmit, being tired of guessing
| what the messages'd be and looking up the references and the
specifications.
|
| Anyone has done it in Python or knows how it could be done?
|
|
| Best regards,
|
| June
|
| ps. using TCP/IP packet sniffers made for mere hacking seems too primitive
| or low-level in this case.
|





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