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hunte922

[Closed] Detecting valid query strings in HTTP

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This might not be possible, and I can understand if it isn't possible, but if it is, could someone tell me how to find 2 (or more) query strings for this url that are unknown?

Example: &type=string&key=ThisIsMyString (these are guesses that did not work)

If this ends up being possible using something other than brute force guessing, I'd be a really happy camper.

If this ends up not being possible without brute force guessing, I can handle the scripting.

Thanks.

Note: if the url returns a blank page with some added query strings, that's good. "Bad Request" is not, and it means one of the added query strings (except for the first two) are incorrect.

This thread is no longer needing to be solved.

Edited by hunte922

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