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Discussion in 'Networking & Security' started by ben chi(f4), Jul 25, 2008.
I'm getting GET Header length of 32 bytes. is this the RFC Standard? If not, what should it be?
are you talking about an HTTP header?
I don't think there is a set size for an HTTP header. I think it depends on what data is in the header and is probably different for every website.
I couldn't find a specific length in the RFC, but considering that GET requests sent to (explicit)proxies contain URL's and URL's can be 255 bytes or longer, then no, 32 bytes for a GET request can't be right. Hope that helps...