wapiti-getcookie -u URL -c COOKIE options
wapiti-getcookie is a user-friendly interractive console utility that can be used to fill a web-form or fetch an URL and extract the cookies sent by the remote server.
Cookie informations are stored in the JSON cookie file you have to specify with the -c option.
Those cookies can be loaded by Wapiti using the same -c option.
- -p, --proxy PROXY_URL
The given URL will be used as a proxy for HTTP and HTTPS requests.
This URL can have one of the following scheme : http, https, socks.
To make Wapiti use a Tor listener you can use --proxy socks://127.0.0.1:9050/
Make Wapiti use a Tor listener (same as --proxy socks://127.0.0.1:9050/)
- -a, --auth-cred CREDENTIALS
Set credentials to use for HTTP authentication on the target.
Given value should be in the form login%password (% is used as a separator)
- --auth-type TYPE
Set the authentication mechanism to use. Valid choices are basic, digest, kerberos and ntlm.
Kerberos and NTLM authentication may require you to install additionnal Python modules.
- -H, --header HEADER
Set a custom HTTM header to inject in every request sent by Wapiti. This option can be used several times.
Value should be a standard HTTP header line (parameter and value separated with a : sign).
- -A, --user-agent AGENT
Default behavior of Wapiti is to use the same User-Agent as the TorBrowser, making it discreet when crawling standard website or .onion ones.
But you may have to change it to bypass some restrictions so this option is here.
- -d, --data DATA
wapiti-getcookie will parse forms and ask your input for each field found.
But you can also pass every parameter and value as a string directly through this option.
Example: -d ´login=admin&password=letmein&submit=Login´
Wapiti is covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2. Please read the COPYING file for more information.
Copyright (c) 2006-2019 Nicolas Surribas.
Nicolas Surribas is the main author, but the whole list of contributors is found in the separate AUTHORS file.
If you find a bug in Wapiti please report it to https://sourceforge.net/p/wapiti/bugs/