I want to know what information is being sent when I click for Submiting data on a webpage in a broswer.. such as:
1) The Port Being Accessed
2) The External Port being Used, it's Number..
3) The IP address that is being accessed and the Ip address that is being told (sent to the source Page)…
like when I click on Sign in the below Image: (just as an example)
the Information that is being sent and received and accessed…..
How to Know details of the Browser Connections to a Website
When I go to the site from Instagram, it opens in the inapp browser. And for some reason, some styles just break, for example, the menu moves out. In a regular browser, there is no such problem. What could be the reason? I am using Poco Child theme.
This problem shows up when I have poor WiFi connectivity, or no WiFi. I’m using my android phone, with chrome browser, to connect to my website (LAMP), and limping along with poor response, but happy and productive. But then I can’t reach the website at all. I can reach other websites but not my website. I’ve tried closing my chrome and reopening it. If I wait several minutes I can usually get back to my website. However, my application is time-critical and this delay is very disruptive. I’ve found that when I can’t get through on chrome, if I immediately switch to the Samsung browser (also chromium-based) I can regain access to the my website right away. Then after several minutes, I might lose access again. I can immediately regain access if I switch back to chrome. So the problem is not chrome itself. Perhaps if I had 2 instances of chrome, say chrome and chrome-beta, I could switch between those successfully. But I haven’t tried that experiment. In long sessions, with very bad connectivity, I have to switch browsers about every 5 minutes.
It seems like the bad connectivity causes Apache to temporarily ignore me. Perhaps some mechanism whereby the socket (or some other intermediate-entity, like a PHP worker) is marked "bad" but not closed. So that intermediate-entity has to timeout before the same browser can connect again. Perhaps by switching browsers, a new intermediate-entity is opened and the old one abandoned. I’m just guessing at a possible mechanism.
I’ve looked at apache error log, apache access log, php error log and php-fpm error log. I don’t see anything that coincides with my connectivity problem. My php max_execution_time is set to 120. I’m not hitting that as far as I can tell.
I am a Computer Science student and I have been playing to Travian for years.Travian is a browser based MMOG where you have to build your village and compete for resources. There is no animation, there is 3 main views which is the map, your village and your fields.
I was looking at some Travian clones on GitHub and I found 3 clones, all of them using PHP. Travian has itself build using PHP.
I am wondering if PHP is better in some way than Python for example for building this kind of games? And if so, why would be the reason?
I have been trying to configure Scrapebox to pull results from Google news. I found a previous thread that helped me update my query string but it is still not working within Scrapebox.
Additional Query String
Full Query string
If you put the full query string into Chrome it works as expected. I see Google news stories for the last year. However, when I run harvester with those settings it returns no results. At the same time, I run a general “Google” query and the results return as expected. I am running the latest version of Scrapebox and default engines from the server. I have attached a screenshot of my harvester settings. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
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My teacher gave me this assignment for something called a sleuth game. I go to the website here: sleuth game
basically I go to this website and I download the puzzle and before I start working on it I try to open it in the browser yet all the web browsers firefox, Edge, Brave all of them show the same thing:
please help if I don’t work on this damn thing, I’ll fail
I love how browsers can save form data to make filling in forms quicker & easier – and reduce the chance of typos.
However… I have an admin system where my admin users login and maintain a stack of data and I want to have my own autocomplete options and suppress the browser from suggesting the user's personal data.
Most of the "data entry" is done by people signing up and all the admins are doing is confirming and then generating content. When they do have to do "data entry" I want it…
Turning off browser autofill/autocomplete
I have noticed that since about a year, Firefox is yielding enough informations so that website you connect to know your ip, no matter the fact that you would be using a vpn.
I know there are some heuristics from google that are powerful and use deep learning. But one way or another, there must be a way to avoid ip detection.
The ONLY browser that works in correlation with a vpn is Duckduckgo browser on Android. Don’t be fooled by the tests of dns leak as they will just confirm that there is no dnsleak, the issue is that there is a direct host IP leak. You can check it on the website whatismyipaddress.com. I wish to know how to disable whichever feature is causing this trouble, or if there is another browser available which is trusted.
I want to use nodeJS as a server side language. NodeJS have crypto module where DiffieHellman is a class. So, I can use this method to generate key and compute key.
But, client also need to create another instance of diffiehellman class. But how to do that? Can I use crypto module on client side? If yes then how, any solution? Here are my client side code…
const crypto = require('crypto'); const express = require('express'); const app = express(); // Generate server's keys... const server = crypto.createDiffieHellman(139); const serverKey = server.generateKeys(); //send p=prime and g=generator to the client
When I try to navigate on the browser from my VM, it’s horribly slow and sometimes I get an error followed by abortion of it.
In comparison, the same browser works perfectly fine and fast on my host OS. Why is that?