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Lee Holmes
I don't know why it's taken me so many years to write a script to follow URI redirects instead of typing it out each time, but here it is :) Install-Script Resolve-Uri
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Malwrologist Dec 6
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
for lovers: retrieve all redirection urls using lib
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Crysta T. Lacey Dec 6
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
For those whom would like a LINK:
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Josh Rickard - Researcher @ Swimlane Dec 6
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
Here’s a couple variants I wrote a few years ago:
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Lee Holmes Dec 7
Replying to @MSAdministrator
Cool! Those resolve the final target URL, right? One feature I like in the version I posted was that it shows the middle URLs as well in the case of multiple redirects.
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Fedder Skovgaard Dec 7
Replying to @Lee_Holmes @jsnover
What about adding a parameter to Invoke-Webrequest -FollowRedirects
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JBirdVegas Dec 7
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
curl -L
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Josh Rickard - Researcher @ Swimlane Dec 7
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
Yeah, it’s been a few years and they need cleaned up. That’s cool! Great function!
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golasgil Dec 7
Replying to @Lee_Holmes
I confess when I see these lines they remind me of SOAP schemas, dont know why 🤷‍♂️
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Patrick Hubbard Dec 7
Replying to @Lee_Holmes @kfalconspb
The automater's dilemma.
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fr016 Dec 8
Nice
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