On Thu, 2006-06-29 at 13:37 +0100, Proinnsias Breathnach wrote:
> *ah* ... If we'd known the lines started with "Visited: " we could
> have made the job much easier ...
I did say that... I think, giving these lines as examples.
0D F0 AD 0B 0D F0 AD 0B 0D F0 AD 0B 0D F0 AD 0B with odd text
Visited:administrator at http://rad.msn.com/ADSAdClient31.dll?GetAd?
Anyhow it appears to be the way to do this, as some programs seem to use
IE as eye candy while setting up. That leads to some very funny url
> strings index.dat | grep ^Visited | sed -e 's@\(/.*\) .*$@\1@' | less
The sed isn't cutting off anything, sadly. That's the thing about posix
regexes - ymmv. There was a research department motto in the last the
biggest lab I worked in
"If at first you don't succeed - Give up!" (To be said with tongue in
cheek). The 'crud' appears to be php, java or something tacked without a
space onto the url, as in
Visited: administrator at http://t.msn.com/en-ie/default.aspx?
Compared with what I was doing, this is neat and manageable. It stops
you having to battle with m$ software which thinks you oughtn't to be
allowed look at those files anyhow. So they have magic in the
desktop.ini file to show a middle finger at directory listing commands.
Thank you again.
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