I have an RSS feed that is behind a wordpress blog. This feed can only be accessed with a wordpress generated cookie of the form
# Netscape HTTP Cookie File
# This is a generated file! Do not edit.
example.org FALSE / TRUE wordpress_logged_in_[some_hash] [username][some_hash]
example.org FALSE / TRUE wordpress_test_cookie WP+Cookie+check
example.org FALSE /wp-admin TRUE wordpress_sec_[some_hash] [username][some_hash]
example.org FALSE /wp-content/plugins TRUE wordpress_sec_[some_hash] [username][some_hash]
I am currently using the
headers plugin to fill in these cookie fields
This fields expire fast (like every 2 days). The solution right now is to log back into the wordpress blog and copy and paste the new cookie values.
I figure, since I know the authorization (login, password) for the wordpress blog,
I should be able to have flexget:
- Log into the blog itself at
- Obtain the Auth Cookie
- Use that Auth Cookie when opening the RSS feed
Is this possible in flexget currently?