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Re: sort of tangent to curl -- web browser/extension

From: bruce via curl-users <>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2021 16:26:33 -0400

Hi Petr.

Thanks so much for your time on this.

As far as I can tell. It appears that the overall sit/process uses
"blocking" tech from perimterX. This combines with recaptcha and other
processes to impact the ability to access the data. Even using the
browser/tabs too fast will generate issues.

I'm thinking a possible solution might be to go in a "different"
direction via some sort of browser extension which would access the
content and then send the content off to a extern server for


On Wed, Jun 2, 2021 at 3:02 PM Petr Pisar via curl-users
<> wrote:
> V Tue, Jun 01, 2021 at 02:34:33PM -0400, bruce via curl-users napsal(a):
> > Hi.
> >
> > The test page/URL I'm looking at for my use case would be:
> >
> >
> > Selecting the dev tools/network, and then doing an inspection of the
> > functions in the "network" tab you can see the::
> >
> > >>>GET - -*
> > (might need to do a refresh to gen the list of functions/calls for the page)
> >
> I don't get that address (.../byName) loaded anywhere when visiting the
> (.../home) page. But that can be because I block various address, cookies,
> scripts etc. by default. Or maybe the scam-like web page is completely
> broken because it randomly returns to me "under maintanance" message error.
> > However I'm trying to figure out if there's an extension or a method
> > to gen/save the content of the page when I'm viewing the top level
> > URL. The process would have to then gen the content of the associated
> > URLs which comprise the page.
> >
> I'm sorry, I cannot help you.
> -- Petr
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Received on 2021-06-02