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The only way I've been able to access that page is by clicking a link. I need to be able to access it from a script, so I can know when registration opens. Is there any possible way to do this? Here's what I have.
wget -P/tmp http://www.blackcats-games.net/signup.php > /tmp/logfile 2>&1; if (grep -q 'current user account limit' /tmp/signup.php); then DISPLAY=:0 xmessage 'account registration opened at blackcat'; cat /tmp/logfile; fi; rm -f /tmp/signup.php /tmp/logfile > /dev/null 2>&1
Distribution: Gentoo Hardened using OpenRC not Systemd
Originally Posted by matthewg42
I think the web server knows if I clicked on the link or not by the http referrer sent to it, so I want to spoof it. How can I know what http referrer is sent to the server when I click on the register link from the homepage in Firefox?