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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • If you're looking for a proxy that can read and modify anything on both the requests and the response that flow trough it, you can have a look at HTTP::Proxy [cpan.org]. It's just a matter of writing the appropriate filters to handle the cookie headers in both the requests and responses.

    It's still in development, but I'm using it as my home proxy on a daily basis. So it basically works.

    Speaking of cookies, I'll soon publish a very simple script called mergecookies, that reads all your cookie files, merges all the cookies they hold, and stores all those cookies in each file. If a cookie exist in several files, it just keeps the one that expires the later.