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dimanche 20 décembre 2015, 08:47  #1
Web - Server HTTP header
hulkbuster
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any hint on how to proceed ??

mardi 22 décembre 2015, 22:50  #2
Web - Server HTTP header
alex_adept
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main hints in challenge title.

dimanche 27 décembre 2015, 17:11  #3
Web - Server HTTP header
hulkbuster
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I made requests using python for extracting the headers but did not help. Is this the right direction to proceed ??

vendredi 29 janvier 2016, 01:53  #4
Web - Server HTTP header
ayadi
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it show */ MODERATED /* in header part

mercredi 23 novembre 2016, 21:48  #5
Web - Server HTTP header
Amadeous
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I’ve seen that but cannot find the next step.. :/
Any help ?

jeudi 5 janvier 2017, 18:30  #6
Web - Server HTTP header
Steve Nice
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You need to alter the non-standard Header option that you can discover by looking at the Headers

jeudi 5 janvier 2017, 18:30  #7
Web - Server HTTP header
Steve Nice
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By using Burp proxy or similar

jeudi 6 juillet 2017, 18:22  #8
Web - Server HTTP header
h4rd
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well, it is obvious that we have to modify the response header with burp,
but how do we know to what value to change "none" ?
i tried admin, administrator, me, root, yes.. but no luck. what is the hint ?

mardi 22 août 2017, 13:56  #9
Web - Server HTTP header
FastTurtle
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you know the answer

lundi 1er janvier 2018, 20:57  #10
Web - Server HTTP header
T0TB0X3R
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Ok so by changing the value there. Do we need to send the "response with changed value" to server again.
I’m confused as to why sometime we need to change the response and resend it to server again.

vendredi 10 août 2018, 10:13  #11
Web - Server HTTP header
UsarioCasale
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Hi, thanks for the hint / answer but i wonder why I could not see this header inside Burp suit but only using curl.