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[SOLVED]_IENavigate without downloading images or object

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DeltaRocked

hello,

I have been trying to use the IENavigate to verify the resultant html source code that is being used by the browser to display the website. I am not interested in the images and other things which get downloaded. I am just interested in the source.

1: How do I do it ?

2: Why do I need it ? cause I want to analyze the source.

Case 1: Wget , tried with wget but I am facing problems with browser redirects. If no other solution is available then I will have the write the code (which am willing to) for detecting browser re-directs and frameset , where frameset uses a url .

and then recomplie the web-page. This effectively downloads on the web-page and no other object. (its faster that way)

Regards

DeltaRocked

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DeltaRocked

InetRead() ?

that throws wget out of the picture ... :|

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DeltaRocked

Well,

working on WinHttp (trancexx), tricky but v v useful. if any problems will revert back.

rgds

deltarocked

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DeltaRocked

trancexx, ProgAndy - Thanks for your winHttp.au3 .

just completed an analytical tool for detecting Phishing sites, IFrame Injections, DriveBy Downloads. Thanks.

As for the source. still some trimming needs to be done, especially while handling frames. but the majority of the task is complete.

Regards

DeltaRocked

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