We have published an HTTP/1.1
that allows easier HTTP related applications developing. Our multithreading library
is able to handle HTTP and HTTPS connections and several authentication methods.
Our goal was to develop a fast HTTP library that helps to launch bruteforce attacks
against HTTP devices, like THC hydra
However, this initial library was improved several times and those improvements
made a fully working library. FHscan Core library is able to handle persistent connections,
is linked with openssl and zlib, and runs in multithreading environment under Windows
This library have been used to develop Fast HTTP Auth Scanner and other web tools.
This library compiles under Win32 (Tested with borland Visual studio 6, Visual studio
2003) and under linux (tested with gcc 4.x).
To make this library run, just add to your project the http.lib and include the
http header HTTP.h
. Online documentation,
created with doxygen
have been added here
the implementation easier.
There are several changes in the lastest version (FHSCAN HTTP CORE LIBRARY 1.1):
- New bandwidth limit algoritm included.
- HTTP data is now saved to files and mapped to memory (more speed and less memory).
- New api for defining global configuration options (like HTTP Proxy or bandwidth
- Added full callbacks support (gzip and deflate, chunk encoding)
(FHscan HTTP Core Api v1.1 Source code)