Hi moshi, thanks for viewing my story. Judging from the source code (https://github.com/9oelM/elasticpwn/blob/main/core/util/http.go#L53), it should be duly possible. Also, even if you prepend http:// for all urls, elasticpwn should be smart enough to figure out which ones should be https by looking at the error from the server, and send a request with https again (supposedly if there's no bug). So yeah, the answer is yes. You can make the list like this and it should handle things properly:

http://123.123.123.123

https://111.111.111.111:443

https://111.144.144.144

15.15.15.15

15.15.15.14:443

Yes, Chrome’s performance tab is overwhelming

First time you look into all the charts, you have no idea what means what. What do those different colors even mean? It’s not self-explanatory at all. There needs to be a guidebook.

In this article,

  1. I will briefly walk you through all functionalities of Chrome’s performance tab, with majority…

Just a random image like everyone else does (credit: Genessa Panainte from unsplash)

I was struggling at my company trying to write some tests for redux-observable operations. Most of the network requests were managed by RxJS, and none of them were covered by tests. I wanted to write tests but just did not know how to.

But I really just wanted to start…

Joel Mun

Code/Security stuffs, mostly related to React, Typescript, and Node, GoLang, Wasm. https://9oelm.github.io.

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