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How do I track addresses typed in browser using delphi????

Posted on 2001-07-09
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Hi

I would be interested in knowing,http request details given from a browser. To be more clear, I would like to run an invisible program that would track what addresses are referred using the browser. If any one can give me a hint on doing so in Delphi I will be very greatful.

Thanks in advance
Y.Rammohan
email:yadavalli.rammohan@intelligroup.co.in

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Maybe this can put you on the right track:

http://www.euromind.com/iedelphi/ie5tools/bho.htm
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by:Sabre
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You might find the following ode of use to you.  When called it returns the Web URL and the Page Title that Internet Explorer is on.

Ensure to have DDEMan in the USES Clause.

function GetCurrentURL(Service: string): String;
var
   ClDDE: TDDEClientConv;
   temp:PChar;
begin
  Result := '';
  ClDDE:= TDDEClientConv.Create( nil );
  with ClDDE do
  begin
    SetLink(Service,'WWW_GetWindowInfo');
    temp := RequestData('0xFFFFFFFF');
    Result := StrPas(temp);
    StrDispose(temp);
    CloseLink;
  end;
  ClDDE.Free;
end;

Hope this helps
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The Browser Helper Object from this site performs the desired functionality asked for in this question.

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