- log in to a *nix box (i've used solaris and aix). any OS works fine, but you may not get a local echo so you won't know if you made a typo. HTTP is very unforgiving about typos.
- run the command:
telnet krist0ph3r.blogspot.com 80
- in the telnet window, type the following text:
be very careful, backspace and arrow keys etc. don't work. you have to get it right the first time. it *is* case sensitive too.
GET / HTTP/1.1
- press return twice.
- marvel at the profoundness of what you've just done.
- to close the connection, type:
and press return once.
Friday, June 22, 2007
how to pretend to be a web browser
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
another birthday. another half-expected, but still surprising, surprise. the usual suspects and the usual agenda. and yet, something differe...
BABE... i guess your not getting any of my email huh? ive been tryign to email u so many times but this dam laptop is such a piece of garbag...
after a lot of action and information on day 1 of the sailing course, we had a good night's sleep (my second ever night on a boat - the ...
the new Blogger doesn't seem to let the telnet hack work anymore.
actually, it still does work. it simply has a very short timeout (probably 5 seconds or so).
what you have to do is type the command in a text editor, copy it, and paste it IMMEDIATELY after the telnet connection is established.
Post a Comment