Login via a web form in Paw Capture the login request in the web browser Import the login request in Paw Inspect the imported request and add additional configurations Send your login request Login via a web form in Paw¶ Paw isn’t quite yet ready for handling web/HTML forms. Though there is a way to contruct your request in Paw so that it simulates a request sent from a web browser. Get the most of Paw Login via a web form in Paw Extract a value from the redirect URL with RegExp Match Reuse values from previous responses How cookies are handled in Paw Request Options Obfuscate and encrypt your passwords Capture the login request in the web browserCapture the login request in the web browser¶ Right click Inspect on the login form and go to the Network tab. Log in and copy the login request as cURL. Import the login request in PawImport the login request in Paw¶ To import the copied from the browser cURL, install the cURL importer extension, then go to File>Import>Text and paste the request in the pop-up window. Inspect the imported request and add additional configurationsInspect the imported request and add additional configurations¶ If you need to send cookies (see request headers): create a GET request to the same endpoint first uncheck the box for Automatically Send Cookies in the Options. Make sure the box for Store Received Cookies is checked. uncheck the Cookie header in the POST request and make sure that in the Options both boxes for cookies are checked Uncheck the Cookie Header Check both boxes for the cookies in the Options If you need to send csrf (see request body): send a GET request to the same endpoint first find the csrf in the Set-Cookie response header or in the raw response insert RegExp Match dynamic value in the value field of the csrf in the POST request make the input for RegExp Match point to the field with the csrf from the previous response extract the csrf with a regular expression Send your login requestSend your login request¶ If everything works you should see the response with 302 code.