If you are trying to figure out where a form posts (for instance to see whether or not it submits information securely) and the post location isn’t readily view-able in the page source, here is how to do it:
Using Firefox, (download if necessary) open Firebug.
Hit Ctrl+Shift+C to open the console.
Switch to the Net tab and submit the form. (The console window needs to be open before you hit submit.)
In the list window you should see a POST request with the endpoint and the complete information about the request including Headers, Post, Response, JSON, Cache, and Cookies.
You can copy the endpoint location by right clicking and selecting Copy Location.
Update: Firefox 39 was released on 7/2/15 with a fix for the logjam vulnerability (advisory on “logjam”). Use Firefox 39 or newer
Disable the following:
following are step by step instructions
How to: Secure Firefox against Logjam (until Firefox 39 is released)
Type “about:config” in the navigation bar
Continue through the warning screen by clicking “I’ll be careful, I promise!”
Search for “ssl3”
Disable the following (by double clicking or right clicking then “Toggle”) Changes are saved automatically
Verify these cipher suites have been disabled
Mozilla released (5/22/15) an add-on that changes these settings – https://addons.mozilla.org/mk/firefox/addon/disable-dhe/
Per Mozilla – Firefox 39 will include changes that will increase the minimum strength of keys to 1024 bits.
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