bg-wa Posted September 13, 2018 Share Posted September 13, 2018 (edited) I started this quick POC, which uses Rails as a web-content proxy to allow intercepting and modifying html pages. [End User Request > My Bad URL > Actual server > My Bad URL > Nokogiri (modify response) > End User Response] It's pretty bare bones and allows you to browse any website at your own URL, modifying the response in the middle. https://github.com/bg-wa/rails_in_the_middle Seems like an interesting loophole. Even with CORs set up properly, assets could be stored and re-served to the end user. Edited September 13, 2018 by bg-wa Link formatting Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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