I was wondering: is there a way to modify the hostname that is sent before the request is sent to a web server when using an HTTP proxy server? I set HTTP-Proxy up to connect to our corporate proxy as an intermediary, so that browsers send POST/GET requests as "GET http://slashdot.org/" rather than "GET /". I'd like to be able to change the 'slashdot.org' to an IP address or different web page (for instance, the HTTP tunnel I have set up at home). I've tried other solutions, and none can get me to that point, but I am most comfortable with Perl, so I figured I'd give HTTP-Proxy a shot. I like it the way it abstracts objects nicely, while also allowing you to use real Perl code. Any ideas would be much appreciated.