Re: [PHP] Re: Autologin
- Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2015 14:33:10 -0200
- From: Renata Dias <renatchinha@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Autologin
Thanks for your answer.
When I do login with CURL, yes, I get the cookie in the header and also in
the $cookie_file .
How can I sent back this cookie and get redirected my browser to index page?
2015-12-14 14:28 GMT-02:00 Ian <php_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On 14/12/2015 12:48, Renata Dias wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I need to create a PHP code that "POST" (method) the username/password to
> > access some URLs.
> > The URLs are a device that is accessible by http://IP or https://IP, I
> > have access to write URL's code.
> > When I "POST" the credentials with a php form, the URL accept
> > authentication then redirect browser to index. But, the credentials are
> > displayed in "view source code".
> > So, I tryed to "POST" with php curl. The authentication works fine, and
> > result return the index page of device.
> > But, I got stuck in my php curl. I need go to http://IP/index.php,
> > authenticated, like the php form do.
> > Can anyone help me?
> > Thanks.
> When you have POSTed the login details, does the server return a cookie
> in the headers?
> I suspect the site requires that cookie (or cookies) to be sent back
> with every request to show that you are authenticated (and to maintain
> the session).
> What you are basically doing is emulating a web browser in php, so you
> need to do everything that a web browser would do.
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