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Using the Sandcat Live Headers' Display Filter

Sandcat 4 adds a display filter option which allows you to view only requests that satisfy a given expression or set of expressions. A filter can be a query string followed by optional operators, or just query operators. Below you can find a list of the available query operators and a couple of usage examples.

  • method:[regex] (examples: method:POST, method:GET|HEAD)
  • status:[regex] (examples: status:200, status:200|404)
  • site:[string] (example: site:www.syhunt.com)
  • params:[string] (example: params:id=)
  • ext:[regex] (examples: ext:js, ext:png|gif)
  • type:[regex] (examples: type:text/javascript, type:javascript, type:image|video)

Usage - Simple Query String

sitemap

will match any request that has 'sitemap' as part of its path. Example:

http://www.chromium.org/system/app/pages/sitemap/hierarchy

Usage - Query Operators

status:200

will match any request that has a 200 status code.

sitemap status:200

will match any request that has 'sitemap' as part of its path and a 200 status code.

sitemap status:200 method:POST

will match any POST request that has 'sitemap' as part of its path and a 200 status code.

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