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HackMonkey

HackMonkey is a Chrome/Chomium extension which allows the execution of arbitrary javascript code on arbitrary pages. Use it with appropriate discretion, as arbitrary script execution is inherently dangerous.

Installing HackMonkey:

  1. Go to chrome://extensions
  2. Enable developer mode.
  3. Install an unpacked extension, and navigate to the HackMonkey src folder.

Using HackMonkey:

  1. Go to chrome://extensions
  2. Open the background page, listed under Hackmonkey
  3. Open the chrome developer tools and select the console
  4. In console, type some analogue of the following:
    hackmonkey.add("https?://www\\\.google\\\.com/.*", "http://jsbin.com/IHOdIyU/1.js")

And now, whenever you load a page beginning with www.google.com, the script "1.js" will run on that page.

Monkeys courtesy of: http://www.geocities.com/spunk1111/zoo.htm#monkeys

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