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Running a website into a window NOT in a browser

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ionutcib, May 2, 2014.

  1. ionutcib

    ionutcib Junior Member

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    I want to find a solution to run a web site like it would be a stand alone application that can be launch with a Windows shortcut. Do you have any recommendations?
     
  2. lucasbraydon

    lucasbraydon Supreme Member

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    Yes, it's called creating an app
     
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    All websites can be launched with a shortcut. Simply drag and drop the icon in front of the URL bar on your desktop. If you don't want the user to see the website, learn about fullscreen. If you don't want the user to access other parts of your computer, learn about kiosk mode for your browser.
     
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    Put the website on your computer, create a shortcut, assign a text editor, and yo are done.

    You do realise that the function of a browser is to display a web page, so looking at it in something other than a browser will not display the page, but rather the markup.
     
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    MafiaBoss Elite Member

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    can be done but don't know how. Google is your friend.
     
  6. ionutcib

    ionutcib Junior Member

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    I didn't find the right solution for what I need. I think I will build an application by myself for this. If there is a need for this please encourage me :)
     
  7. linoskoczek

    linoskoczek Newbie

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    You should try AutoIT and an IE.au3 UDF. I don't think you will have easier possibility to do it.