HTTP Browser Header Result



HTTP is the protocol used to transfer data between the web server and browsers. When a browser requests a HTML document from a web server, the browser send an URL (web address) with a request header. The server respond to a browser by providing a HTTP response header and the requested document (if exists). This tool extracts the HTTP browser request headers, and displays them to you.

host: www.iplocation.net
user-agent: CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/) X-Middleton/1
accept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,*/*;q=0.8
accept-encoding: gzip
accept-language: en-US,en;q=0.5
access-key:
api-key:
cookie: ezosuigeneris-0=5e2bfd3c9fef49f5354ac992685b3744
sf-ui-culture:
x-ez-proto: https
x-middleton: 1
x-middleton-ip: 3.92.28.52
x-middleton-scv: true
x-real-ip: 3.92.28.52
x-snipe: 33b5a3a9-5802-41e2-6123-1bbda1fa9590
incap-proxy-1214: OK
x-forwarded-for: 3.92.28.52, 3.92.28.52, 52.20.63.25, 198.143.37.27
incap-client-ip: 52.20.63.25
x-forwarded-proto: https
connection: close

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