Category : http

I want to access a URL with Python which requires a Login. But I want to do this with sending the JSESSIONID VALUE. So I dont want to use username/password for authorization, just JSESSIONID value. Sending the JessionID value I want to access the website. Here is my Code: url = ‘www.exampleURL.com/home’ cookies = {‘JSESSIONID’:’jSessionIDValue’} ..

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In a Python/Flask application, I have defined this endpoint that I expect to return 404 if a client tries to get an id that doesn’t exist on my database. For example: @app.route(‘/plants/<int:plant_id>’, methods=[‘GET’]) def get_plant(plant_id): try: plant = Plant.query.filter(Plant.id == plant_id).one_or_none() if plant is None: abort(404) return jsonify({ ‘success’: True, ‘plant’: plant.format() }) except: abort(422) ..

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Wondering if anyone can help me here. Below is the relevant code: from concurrent.futures import as_completed from requests_futures.sessions import FuturesSession max = 1000 with FuturesSession(max_workers=50) as session: futures = [session.get(url.format(i)) for i in range(max)] for future in as_completed(futures): request = future.result() status = True while status: if (request.status_code != 200): print("Status code is not 200, ..

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i am developing NG Firewall’s application control patterns(snort). i’d like to write up python codes which input URL lists, and automatically parsing SNI value and Hostname header. is there any function in python for above? since i’m just beginner so it is not easy to find. it will be a chance for me. INPUT : ..

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I want to create a http server with sockets I coded below code and everything works fine when 2 terminal communicate each other, but if I use POSTMAN and after decoding the character the character is meaningless. How can i fix this error? server.py: import socket myServerSocket = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_STREAM) myServerSocket.bind(("127.0.0.1", 1346)) myServerSocket.listen(5) while True: ..

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I have this curl: curl -v "http://some.url" -X PUT -H "X-API-Key: API_KEY" -H ‘Accept: application/json’ -H ‘Content-Type: multipart/form-data’ -F "[email protected]_logo.png;type=image/png" And I am trying to replicate this with Python. What I have tried so far is: import requests with open("the_logo.png", "rb") as file_obj: data = file_obj.read() requests.put( "http://some.url", files={"logo": ("the_logo.png", data, "image/png")}, headers={ "X-API-Key": "API_KEY", ..

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