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Re^2: Secure login (https + Certificate) using Perl

by Finch (Initiate)
on Oct 14, 2007 at 10:35 UTC ( #644726=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Secure login (https + Certificate) using Perl
in thread Secure login (https + Certificate) using Perl

Hi,

thanks for your reply.
How would I get the ADMIN-ID using WWW::Mechanize?

And I SOLVED THE PROBLEM!!!
It wasn't in the HTML I took out.
I used 'LiveHTTPHeaders' to see what's realy being sent and received. That's when I noticed that the last character of my password is cut off.
I ajusted my script, deleting the last character of my passwort and BANG! it works. :-)

Finch.
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Re^3: Secure login (https + Certificate) using Perl
by Cody Pendant (Prior) on Oct 14, 2007 at 20:27 UTC
    >How would I get the ADMIN-ID using WWW::Mechanize?

    You don't have to. The module handles hidden fields for you.



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[usemodperl]: perl is not broken, perl is being broken by the web being broken by https, for the love of banking apps on free wifi at coffee shops or something...
[Veltro]: Wondering, would it be so hard to write a small application that you can access using http which forwards the request over web ussing ssl?
[Veltro]: are there not even tools for that?
[usemodperl]: the breakage is so fresh i guess not, so it's up to us! :-)
[usemodperl]: someone has yet to make that future famous free http to https proxy written in perl and supported by ads, paypal, patreon, etc to make millions of dollars a minute!
[Veltro]: Why would this be fresh, I recon this is stuff that happens all the time (not Perl per se)
[Corion]: usemodperl: I'm sure you could even code that on the command line.

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