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I have a idea:
The Sene is computer A has a progress P1 which looks like a web browser and Computer B has a progress P2 which doesn't have UI. When P2 is working,it will tell P1 it's IP.And then P1 visit a website but not real,P1 send the HTTP request to P2(like proxy packege).
Then P2 edit the HTTP request to request the website.when P2 gets the HTTP response,he send the response to P1.Then P1 display the web page.
 
Like this ,Can I control a remote computer to visit websits?
 
please give me a hand ,thanks.
Posted 31-Jan-12 4:20am
Edited 31-Jan-12 4:24am
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johny10151981 at 31-Jan-12 9:48am
   
Its exactly what proxy server does
asok00000 at 31-Jan-12 9:59am
   
But I want the web page read cookies from B not A,when the page needs.But the proxy server doesn't do this way.Do you know the solution?
johny10151981 at 31-Jan-12 20:01pm
   
No, I dont know anything like that, not a very interesting idea either, would please tell us why you need that?
asok00000 at 31-Jan-12 20:52pm
   
I'm doing a project to improve web browser make it can use remote buffer not local.
johny10151981 at 31-Jan-12 20:55pm
   
If your local buffer don't know what it have how would it know what to display?
asok00000 at 31-Jan-12 20:59pm
   
it can get what to display through reading remote buffer. This is what I'm doing now.
asok00000 at 31-Jan-12 20:45pm
   
I'm doing a project to improve web browser make it can use remote buffer not local.

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