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ResponseThief

ResponseThief visits URLs from a list and returns the http response codes.

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                                   by @EdoardoVignati 

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Installation

$ pip install -r requirements.txt

Usage

Use Python3.

Clone the repo and run:

$ ./response-thief.py url_sample.txt result.txt

where url_sample.txt is a list of URLs without the protocol and result.txt is a path to an empty file.

Test it with:

$ ./response-thief.py ./url_sample.txt result.txt 

Example of input file:

www.github.com
github.com
foo.bar.gitlab.com

Filter

You can filter a specific http status code by adding:

--filter 404

The output file will contain only the filtered url.

Output

The output is built in this format:

[200] www.github.com
[301] foo.gitlab.com
[...] ...

Verbosity (--stdout) has 3 different levels:

  • enabled (print everything)
  • minimal (print important information)
  • disable (do not print anything)

Print on stdout

  • Red URL: error retrieving URL
  • White URL: ok, a response code has been registered

Errors

  • Timeout error : cannot retrieve the webpage within 5 seconds
  • Connection error : cannot open or find the domain
  • Unknown error : don't know what's happening :)

Demo