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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Check out the Firefox addon FireBug [mozilla.org]. It shows up in the lower portion of firefox and lets you see all network connections for all resources a page calls, along with all HTTP headers used for each request and response, and the total time to load. It also has insane functionality around "Inspect Element"; you right click anywhere on a page and can go straight to the corresponding HTML or DOM tree - and see all javascript and all css in one place. The header inspection part has already helped me out IRL :)
    • There is also a FireFox plugin called Tamper Data
      that allows you to inspect and change the HTTP headers.

      I find it useful for injecting "bad" data into a web application.