extension ExtPose

Request X

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Description from extension meta

Intercept requests and cookies by flexible rules.

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Description from store Source code: https://github.com/gera2ld/request-x Features: - Block requests by methods and URL patterns - Maintainable lists - Easy to share your lists with others - Redirect requests - Modify headers - Modify cookie properties like SameSite Use cases: - Debug APIs but avoid unexpected mutations - Block unwanted contents in an extremely flexible way - Set authorization header to avoid inputing username/password again and again - Set CORS header to allow certain cross-site requests without server changes - Change SameSite for old services to work on latest browsers - ... Tested on Chrome >= 99. It is highly recommended to use on latest versions.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-10-11) 道勇: Perfect for my purposes!
  • (2020-08-07) LiptuN ReD: It works : )
  • (2020-08-07) Михаил Рожко: Good, but need turn-off key
  • (2019-11-22) Jack: Awesome !!!
  • (2019-06-10) Smarothi: This Extension works fine! To be honest, it'ld rather be better to have a Search Bar. Otherwise, this is Awesome!
  • (2019-03-28) Tawfik Nasser: Great extension, you can block requests with chosen http method.
  • (2018-11-20) Pratik Joshi: works exactly how I wanted.stopped malware ajax
  • (2018-09-07) Mustang: I like this extension, but it could be better if it had sorting feature or at least search, because when you have many rules, it becomes hard to manage them effectively.
  • (2018-08-09) gamewithcode 1: it dos not hav password secority me frend gos in and unblookes you tube and more wen up dat at password plx
  • (2018-05-26) Sola Elf: Good Work~~
  • (2017-06-02) vincentvdh9: Works great, I even use it to block unwanted advertisement requests
  • (2017-03-23) Tyler Steck: Perfect tool for using at work! I have enjoyed being able to block my requests for testing my API services. Thanks!


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4.85 (20 votes)
Last update / version
2024-05-03 / 3.0.2
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