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Re: [Spike] A few configuration questions
From: Roger Hoyle (r.hoyleeris.qinetiq.com)
Date: Mon Mar 07 2005 - 08:49:51 CST
3/4/05 9:11:45 PM, Frank_Keniskypsc.uscourts.gov wrote:
> I have to admit I haven't tried all these options but I'm not sure if I've
> configured Spike to hit a specific web pages.
> For instance what if I wanted to test 'www.webpage.com' how would I input
> that into Spike?
Pardon me if I'm wrong, but I think you're missing one of the fundamentals
of SPIKE Proxy.
You configure your browser to proxy though the SPIKE Proxy application. When
you access www.webpage.com through your browser, the request and it's response
is cached by SPIKE.
When you then browse to the request cache, any requests you made through SPIKE
will be listed. You can then run the injection tests etc on individual URLS.
Hope this helps, and that I understood the question!
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