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Issue with network app using some browsers


Issue with network app using some browsers

By : Kirill Babak
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM
around this issue for answers, specially to @n.m.. I used Fiddler and SoftPerfect sniffers to spot my bug. There is error in my code.
all, Vyacheslav
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Capture web driver network traffic across all browsers

Capture web driver network traffic across all browsers


By : Tam Ly
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue We modified the Fiddler rules script to include a new exec action. If you use their native script editor, it also provide auto complete features and we were comfortably able to get around it. The syntax is similar to that of JavaScript. The Fiddler package comes with a ExecActions.exe which can be used to pass console arguments to a running Fiddler instance using the command prompt. The code we wrote processed all the sessions captured by Fiddler and wrote it to a file in a custom JSON format and later used GSON to deserialize it. Please let me know, if you want further details.
Connect to specific network, disable WiFi if the network doesn't exist (My issue in the second part)

Connect to specific network, disable WiFi if the network doesn't exist (My issue in the second part)


By : IWilliam777
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times If your initial case is successfully connecting to the network if it does exist, then you could have a Boolean and check that after the while loop to see if you need to disable the wifi. Something like:
code :
    List<WifiConfiguration> list = wifiManager.getConfiguredNetworks();
    boolean connected = false;
        for( WifiConfiguration i : list ) {
            if(i.SSID != null && i.SSID.equalsIgnoreCase("\"" + DesiredSSID + "\"")) {
                Log.d("In", "In!");
                wifiManager.disconnect();
                wifiManager.enableNetwork(i.networkId, true);
                wifiManager.reconnect();
                connected = true;
                break;
            }
    if(!connected){wifiManager.setWifiEnabled(false);}
forcefully open a browsers on a network pc using the cmd

forcefully open a browsers on a network pc using the cmd


By : Pavel
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I would like to forcefully open a browsers on a network pc using the cmd on windows 10 for example - start chrome "webpage" On Ipddress of target pc (not my own) , Try
code :
wmic /node:"targethostname" /user:"Administrator" /password:"***"  
   process call create "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe www.google.com"
Is it possible to hide network traffic from a browsers developer console?

Is it possible to hide network traffic from a browsers developer console?


By : Glen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps There's really no way to do this that would be reliable. You can obfuscate all you like, but the DevTools can see everything, and if they couldn't it would be a bug that the browser developers will go fix.
(The idea of using a WebSocket is a fun one, but even websocket frames are visible in DevTools these days).
An issue of mismatching input signal and network inputs when creating neural network in MATLAB

An issue of mismatching input signal and network inputs when creating neural network in MATLAB


By : user3297104
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do I solved that issue by justifying the length of the input data following the length of inputs layer length.
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