NoRefer
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Set and exclude HTTP headers on all requests

NoRefer https://github.com/c475/NoRefer Enter one header and optional replacement value per line To block an HTTP header from your requests: =================================== Referer =================================== To spoof an HTTP header in your requests: =================================== Referer: https://somegarbagewebsite.com/ =================================== Exclude all headers starting with "Accept" (the # signals a Regular Expression): =================================== #Accept.* =================================== Make all headers starting with "Accept" a particular value: =================================== #Accept.*: SomeValue =================================== All regular expressions are generally permitted, except ones containing ':' because it breaks the parser A full example config and explanation of what it does: =================================== #Accept.*: SomeValue Referer User-Agent: CoolAgent4000 #Co.* =================================== 1. All headers starting with "Accept" will have the value "SomeValue" 2. "Referer" will be removed from your request headers 3. "User-Agent" headers will have the value "CoolAgent4000" 4. All headers starting with "Co" will be removed from your request headers

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A Chrome Web Store userJul 31, 2018

In case you're reading this, could you make it so that we can customize the headers by domains/sites? For example, if I block the user-agent header, google.com appears old-style to me, I'd like to allow it just there Even better privacy-wise would be to randomize the header values on a time based interval rather than being the same all the time

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Daniel BondDeveloperSep 5, 2018

>In case you're reading this, could you make it so that we can customize the headers by domains/sites? Yes, soon. >Even better privacy-wise would be to randomize the header values on a time based interval rather than being the same all the time Maybe. have to think of a good way to do it.

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  • Version
    1.5
  • Updated
    March 30, 2019
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    djb
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    22.46KiB
  • Languages
    English
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