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The Shodan plugin tells you where the website is hosted (country, city), who owns the IP and what other services/ ports are open.The Shodan plugin for Chrome automatically checks whether Shodan has any information for the current website. Is the website also running File Transfer Protocol, DNS, SSH or some unusual service? With this plugin you can see all the info that Shodan has collected on a given website/ domain.
You must declare the "contentSettings" permission in your extension's manifest to use the API. For example:"name": "My extension", ... "permissions": [ "contentSettings" ], ... Content setting patterns
You can use patterns to specify the websites that each content setting affects. For example, http://*.youtube.com/* specifies youtube.com and all of its subdomains. The syntax for content setting patterns is the same as for match patterns, with a few differences:
When more than one content setting rule applies for a given site, the rule with the more specific pattern takes precedence.
For example, the following patterns are ordered by precedence:
Three kinds of wildcards affect how specific a pattern is:
If a pattern is more specific than another pattern in one part but less specific in another part, the different parts are checked in the following order: hostname, scheme, port. For example, the following patterns are ordered by precedence:
The URL taken into account when deciding which content setting to apply depends on the content type. For example, for contentSettings.notifications settings are based on the URL shown in the omnibox. This URL is called the "primary" URL.
Some content types can take additional URLs into account. For example, whether a site is allowed to set a contentSettings.cookies is decided based on the URL of the HTTP request (which is the primary URL in this case) as well as the URL shown in the omnibox (which is called the "secondary" URL).
If multiple rules have primary and secondary patterns, the rule with the more specific primary pattern takes precedence. If there multiple rules have the same primary pattern, the rule with the more specific secondary pattern takes precedence. For example, the following list of primary/secondary pattern pairs is ordered by precedence:PrecedencePrimary patternSecondary pattern 1 http://www.moose.com/*, http://www.wombat.com/* 2 http://www.moose.com/*, <all_urls> 3 <all_urls>, http://www.wombat.com/* 4 <all_urls>, <all_urls> Resource identifiers
Resource identifiers allow you to specify content settings for specific subtypes of a content type. Currently, the only content type that supports resource identifiers is contentSettings.plugins, where a resource identifier identifies a specific plugin. When applying content settings, first the settings for the specific plugin are checked. If there are no settings found for the specific plugin, the general content settings for plugins are checked.
For example, if a content setting rule has the resource identifier adobe-flash-player and the pattern <all_urls>, it takes precedence over a rule without a resource identifier and the pattern http://www.example.com/*, even if that pattern is more specific.
You can get a list of resource identifiers for a content type by calling the contentSettings.ContentSetting.getResourceIdentifiers method. The returned list can change with the set of installed plugins on the user's machine, but Chrome tries to keep the identifiers stable across plugin updates.Examples
You can find samples of this API on the sample page.