linkspy (previously httpres) is an easy to use application that simply shows you the headers, response code and content from HTTP requests. This is useful for expanding short links, or checking where a suspicious link may take you.
For documentation and latest updates, please visit the project website.
- Supports HTTPS
- Ability to set useragent
- Supports POST method
- Save and load POST variables
- Tabbed interface
- Monitors clipboard for URLs
- Batch check list of URLs
- Whois, ping and traceroute tools
- Extracts links from HTML
(Version 1.2) "An intuitive and handy software utility that helps users analyze a shortened link and ensure it does not lead to malware by displaying various details"
(Version 1.2) "httpres is extremely basic, but it's also simple and straightforward, and can give you valuable information about what lies behind short links and other URLs."
(Version 0.1) "HTTPres comes in handy to all those who want to avoid getting malware on their PC by accessing an infected link."
Changelog --------- 2.0 Application has been renamed to linkspy Completely new UI Added tray icon Added clipboard monitor - linkspy will now sit in the system tray and notify when a URL is copied to the clipboard Default useragents are now downloaded instead of being hard-coded Added context menu to response area allowing the opening/checking of URL within the source, and a Copy selection to clipboard option Added customisation options for response syntax highlighter Added size of response to status bar Created tabbed interface for each URL checked Added ability to check a batch of URLs Right click a URL in returned source to check or open in browser Added whois, ping and traceroute tools Added geoip information Links are parsed and listed alongside response 1.2 Added Clear button Added loading and saving to file of POST variables Added Restore Default button to useragent form 1.1 Implemented POST method Added POST variable editor 1.0 Added editable useragents 0.1 Initial releaseblog comments powered by Disqus