HTTP/2 Probe Toolkit
"This may hurt a bit"
This is a set of tools to help gather data about how well HTTP/2 proposals will work. So far, we have:
- check_server_magic.py - Checks a given magic string against servers to see how they fail (or don't).
- get_header.py - Outputs the value of the given header for the servers provided.
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