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    Question Read outcoming headers?

    Hi all,

    is there any way to read in linux outcoming headers from browser? I mean when I connect to some page I want to know what header has been sent. Probably I can use packet sniffer, but can I do it in other way?

    Thank you in advance...
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    Mozilla Firebird Extensions:

    http://texturizer.net/firebird/exten...ivehttpheaders

    I'm almost positive, from what I remember using it, the extension for firebird shows incoming and outgoing in real time. So get this plugin if you are using Mozilla or Mozilla Firebird.


    Otherwise,

    http://www.xk72.com/charles/http-monitor.html

    This shows all http data to and from your computer and acts like a proxy. Seperate from the browser and thus not a plugin, which is fine.


    Edit:

    And if it comes down to you still using a sniffer, here is one that is more http protocol oriented:

    http://www.httpsniffer.com/ <-- 15 day trial, no limitations

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    You could also try Proxomitron. It's also pretty good at stopping popups IIRC.

    There is also Achilles 0.27 which can go a little further.
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    Thank you guys
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