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its sad asking help about your own function.

whenever i try to get the source from eg. "./index.php?showuser=1" it tells me that i need to login.

i was wondering if there was like a header i could send to make it stfu ;)

and NO i dont want to set a cookie in IE.

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You must be sure that if i had something helpful i would say it... I just wanted to tease you.... But i have seen in some sites that before the address they use something like "username:password"... I dont know if that is only for standard windows login or it could be used in every web page.... Just give it a try , though....

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Send a post message for the login variables? It's mandatory to be logged in...maybe john could allow for a bot (GoogleBot, etc)


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Include any headers such as user-agent, get, and post...

the post variables should be the names of the username and password input fields


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Have you tried after logging in, using the URL from that to get where you need to go?

Just a shot in the dark....


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I don't know what to tell you, you could try a TCP connection on port 80, however, I'm not good with required HTTP headers (google it if you want).

Anyways, robots.txt only tells search engines certain places NOT to crawl. However, one can search for anysites that have a robots.txt file, making it [somewhat] useless.


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_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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