HTTP request smuggling is a high severity vulnerability which is a technique where an attacker smuggles an ambiguous HTTP request to bypass security controls and gain unauthorized access to performs malicious activities
Do one thing, and do it well.
The HTTP Core package provides a minimal low-level HTTP client, which does one thing only. Sending HTTP requests.
It does not provide any high level model abstractions over
Responder: a familar HTTP Service Framework for Python
The Python world certainly doesn't need more web frameworks. But, it does need more creativity, so I thought I'd bring some of my ideas to the table and see what
httpcat is a simple utility for constructing raw HTTP requests on the command line.
Sometimes it is useful to be able to create an actual raw HTTP request on the command line:
To debug a s
Examples of how to upload gzip-compressed HTTP requests to a web server and process these requests on the server.
There's a lot of misleading snippets on the Internet about this to
urllib3 is a powerful, sanity-friendly HTTP client for Python. Much of the Python ecosystem already uses urllib3 and you should too. urllib3 brings many critical features that are missing from the Python
treq: High-level Twisted HTTP Client API
treq is an HTTP library inspired by requests but written on top of Twisted's Agents.
It provides a simple, higher level API for making HTTP requests when using Twisted.