I’m working on some sort of HTTP proxy (maybe more details about it later), and to test it I’ve created a short PowerShell script.
Note it also performs basic authentication voluntarily (without waiting for a server challenge) by injecting an
Authorization header, because I was testing something extra special.
I want to point out that I REALLY liked the way http proxies are fed into
WebRequests - it allows one to create “different” proxies by
appending paths and query-string data to the URI.
Hope it will help someone out there.
param( [string]$url = 'http://google.com', [string]$proxy = 'http://someHttpProxy.com', [string]$user = 'user', [string]$password = 'password', ) $req = [net.webrequest]::Create($url) #Prox $prox = new-object net.WebProxy; $prox.Address = $proxy $req.Proxy = $prox #Auth $authInfo = $user + ":" + $password; $authInfo = [Convert]::ToBase64String([Text.Encoding]::Ascii.GetBytes($authInfo)); $req.Headers['Authorization'] = "Basic $authInfo"; #Resp $resp = $req.GetResponse() $stream = new-object io.streamreader $resp.GetResponseStream() $res=$stream.readtoend() $res