⚙️ Python script to generate custom HTTP/HTTPS requests
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v1.7 by deantonious and Jamz


Create custom HTTP/HTTPS requests and saves the output to a text file. This is really useful for some CTF challenges and Web Pentesting. (Made to work with Python 3.6)


Use this commands on the Requester console to configure and send your request:

help Display command reference
header [type] [value] Add/Remove header (use 'header [type]' to remove a heder)
parameter [name] [value] Add/Remove parameter (use 'parameter [name]' to remove a parameter)
cookie [name] [value] Add/Remove cookie (use 'cookie [name]' to remove a cookie)
options Display request options (use 'options reset' to reset them all)
set [option] [value] Set option value
send Execute request
exit Quit Requester console

Installation and usage example

  1. Download the script to your computer and run it from terminal
  2. Set the target url with "set url http://example.com"
  3. Set the request method with "set method [POST|GET]" (by default it's set to GET)
  4. (Optional) Set the request headers (if it is already set, you'll remove it)
  5. (Optional) Add parameters to the request with "parameter user username" (if it is already set, you'll remove it)
  6. (Optional) Add cookies to the request with "cookies id 32lo2v46ol45hhl" (if it is already set, you'll remove it)
  7. (Optional) Set the file output mode with "set output console"
  8. Send the request with "send"


Requester Console

Requester console


This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the license file for more details. Please note that if you redistribute this project, you have to include this license on it!

Sources, Libraries and Credits

Python HTTP Requests for Humans™ by kennethreitz - http://python-requests.org

Thanks to James for helping teaching me the Python basics and helping me with the development!