A simple script that makes 'openssl' and bash's '/dev/tcp' easier to use. The default method is to try a HEAD request with openssl. If the HEAD request failed, bash's '/dev/tcp' is used. Otherwise, the request is repeated with openssl.
Usage: burl [options] <url> Options: -O Use openssl instead of default method -B Use bash's /dev/tcp instead of default method -q, -s Enable quiet mode -X, -m Specify the request command to use (Ex: HEAD, GET, POST) -H Pass custom header(s) to the server (may be used more than once)