Backends programmer. Use Scala/Lift and Python/Django. Also I write web-scrapers and another web-automatisation.

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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
To find out thich of parms are important, you may use tool like this hurl.it.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
I have eject the data we need: pastebin.com/rEcUc1U5 As you can see form post a lot of fields, but the user and password. Most of them are static and you need to add them to your payload_login dictionary. Besides, it is necessary to check if some of them are dynamic and change from request to request.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
@StevenWerner Sorry, but your pastebin is private, so I cant read it.
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Please, paste your anwser (from Lift community), as self-anwser, and mark your question as solved.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
@StevenWerner Please share this request on PasteBin. To do that you need right-click on necessary request, and choose "Save as HAR" (as for Google Chrome DevTools, FireBug has similar options). This JSON contains all the information about request.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
In the network tab, you can see the list of all requests performed on this page. Then you choose the authorisation request, you need to research - HTTP method, POST params (and also query params on HTTP payload, depending of request) and Headers. They may contain some secret keys. You need to add valuable headers and data from the request to your code.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
@Ashwin Most of sites does not use any type of HTTP Auth at all (except OAuth, which is usually used as an additional login method). They just provide login-form, and return some session-data, to a client, which have successfully logged-in.
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comment Log in to website using Python Requests module
@Ashwin Your solution uses HTTP Auth. Why did you think that target-site implement it and will parse HTTP Auth Header? Most of modern sites don't do that.
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