[Mongrel] Newbie Question: Can I setup mongrel as a proxy between a browser and the web?
todd.fisher at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 02:26:49 EST 2008
Arash, mongrel-esi is a fairly simple proxy server... You could possibly
modify or extract the bits of it you needed. The bulk of the proxy code is
in just one file:
It uses Net::HTTP library, forwarding POST and GET requests... might be
On Feb 6, 2008 7:32 PM, Eden Li <eden at mojiti.com> wrote:
> It might be better if you use a packet sniffer like WireShark or
> tcpdump. Mongrel wouldn't be able to handle non-http traffic.
> On Feb 7, 2008, at 8:20 AM, Arash Nikkar wrote:
> > Ideally, what I am looking for is something which just listens to
> > all the traffic going into and out of a browser (using whatever
> > protocol) and do some analysis on that traffic (even if that means I
> > need to duplicate all the data elsewhere on my disk). but alas, I
> > come from a desktop background and I am not that well versed in web
> > related issues. So I suppose I will just take baby steps (with your
> > guy's help, if you dont mind.)
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