I've just discovered HTTrack, and like it a lot. I was hoping to use it as a
probe/stress test tool to verify the security of a new web site.
There seem to be a couple of functions I need missing however, is this true-
1) I would want to be able to feed HTTrack a list of probe
URLs in a text file, one per line. Each could be a single
page, or a root point for spidering downwards. I know I
can feed HTTrack's command line a list of URLs, but I am
talking about a list of 2000-10000 URLs here, which would
be way too much for the command line.
2) The site doesn't generate a 404 error on an access
failure, but instead goes to a "please log in" page.
Therefore I need a mechanism to say "a redirect this page
should be construed as an error".
Given these two, I reckon HTTrack's log file would be my
test results, Is it possible?