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Amazon’s Hello World Alexa Skill example modified to use their Flask library: https://gist.github.com/jamespo/0522d39eff41a5acc0491e1cd5e1d957
With a complex multi-tier stack with HTTP requests getting proxied it can be difficult to track a request as it goes around the system. One thing you can do is enable mod_unique_id in apache – this creates a distinct environment variable UNIQUE_ID in the web server context for each incoming request. Simply loading the module …
With Firefox ESR now dropping java plugin compatibility, install palemoon & link in java plugin.
This is for the DCS-932LB1 but should work on others. Add the below to your reverse proxy configuration: ProxyPreserveHost On # fixes digest authentication RequestHeader set User-Agent “Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; MSIE 10.0; Windows NT 7.0; InfoPath.3; .NET CLR 3.1.40767; Trident/6.0; en-IN)” # Interface requires IE By doing this you can allow different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, etc) …
This Chrome extension allows you to create video files of web sessions (eg to show exploits, problems with sites, etc): https://repro-now.com/ It also stores the network traffic in the mkv file.