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HTTP POST requests with JSON ?

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My friends would like to know how to use AutoIt to perform an HTTP POST request to a URL.

For example in Virustotal there is a python script that does this exact action to send a url for scanning.

is there a UDF that helps with this.

Thank you for any help.


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Hi,

You can send HTTP requests with POST-data using the WinHtpp UDFs (link in my signature).

You should be able to find a JSON-parser in the forum, too. Or simply use String... functions.

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Thank you ProgAndy and willichan i appreciate your help. ;) I will try now.


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If you do use willichan's example don't forget TCPStartup at the beginning as well as changing the host, user agent and POST URL.

I've used WinHttp and it's pretty decent.


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@guinness

Thank you for your valuable advice.;)


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