This plugin allows you to send cross-domain requests. You can also override Request Origin and CORS headers.
This plugin allows you to send cross-domain requests directly from browser without receiving Cross Origin Errors.
You can override the Request Origin header with this plugin and also have Access-Control-Allow-Origin set to *.
Update: We received comments from Chromium team that the support for request preflight interception for CORB thus CORS is still to be finalized. At this point this extension should work for some scenarios but not all, we believe it is still most functional of all CORS extensions out there. We'll keep you updated.
You can override:
Request Headers: Origin
Response Headers: Access-Control-Allow-Origin, Access-Control-Allow-Methods, Access-Control-Allow-Headers, Access-Control-Allow-Credentials, Access-Control-Expose-Headers
Guide on CORS:
DISCLAIMER: This tool circumvents CORS security rules baked into every browser and is intended for testing your own website during development. Some production websites like Google Docs or Facebook may complain if they detect something that isn't expected. You can use the whitelist feature to only turn on for some domains. To avoid security issues, it is recommend to turn off after debugging.
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