Python urllib2 login to minecraft net

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I got a problem. I am writing a simple script to login to minecraft.net, and then list all classic servers. But when I run my script, it just redirects me back to minecraft.net/login. How do find a proper script?
Sep 22, 2023 in Python by anonymous
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Why not use Selenium over urllib? Selenium is my preferred tool for complex tasks like authentication and other things because it simulates web browsing. Installing Firefox is necessary for this fix. You'll find many tutorials to show you how it's done.
 

answered Sep 25, 2023 by Rajarshi
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