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Browser spoofing

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Is thir a program of some sort that i can run to mash my browser? ive searched google but i havent found anythig. I am runnig Mozilla Firefox 0.9.

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why do you need one?

why don't you code one yourself?

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ita a challange on hacknull.com, says it wont let you through with "browser name" and you need to download the hack null browser and there isnt one and i was looking for one th make it look like a had a hack null browser. i dont make one my self cause i have no idea how.

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I would recommend reading RFC2616, and downloading a copy of netcat, also the following may be of use

GET http://www.google.com/ HTTP/1.1Host: www.google.comAccept: *.*User-Agent: netca

(As allways, watch the \r\n's and \r\n\r\n at the end)

[Moved to Nubie HQ]

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Coding a solution to this is kind of pointless and would require some knowledge of Sockets.. and HTTP RFCs. A very elegant complicated(at least one that didn't just deliver you the plaintext which can be done in raw telnet to the site) solution no doubt for a very simple problem. Really I would suggest learning what you are doing with netcat...but there is a user-agent switcher available for firefox as an extension. It allows you to interactively change your user agent without having to physically send HTTP Raw requests to the website (novelty which feels cool until you have to try sending authentication cookie values with your faked referer and user-agent).

-=MidKnight=-

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The Firesomthing extention is what I think you're looking for. You can find it

here.

Also mr_doc recently wrote an article for the PLA about this which can be found here.

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Since you're using firefox, you can just type about:config into the address bar and change the general.useragent.vendor field to whatever you want. Right now I'm using "teh l33t browser".

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..but there is a user-agent switcher available for firefox as an extension.

1) I recomend User Agent Swicher too.

2) Didn't you already ask this before here?

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no that ws a question about viewing sites from ms-dos computers but it looks at though that this and that are alike. but at the time no they were not the same question.

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Right now I'm using "teh l33t browser".

lol mine says: a browser microsoft should ph33r. . .

B)

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Right now I'm using "teh l33t browser".

lol mine says: a browser microsoft should ph33r. . .

B)

rofl. <3 custom names

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