Get retries, proxy rotation, and real Chrome TLS fingerprint for your CURL request, in a single click (this will require ScrapeNinja API key):

Your CURL command. You can copy any network request from Chrome as CURL. Example: curl -H "header: val"
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Why Convert cURL to a Javascript Web Scraper?

During web scraping tasks, it's often convenient to access the network tab of the browser's dev console and select "copy as cURL request" for a specific HTTP request. This provides a ready-to-use cURL command that can be executed from the terminal. Modern Chrome and Firefox also allow to copy the network request as a Javascript fetch code, which is perfect if you want to inject this code into your JS environment. However, what if you want to leverage a big pool of high quality proxies and use real browser TLS fingerprint in your network request, to bypass website anit-scraping protections? The online cURL to web scraper converter is here to assist you. This converter utilizes the cloud infrastructure of the ScrapeNinja web scraping API to send the HTTP request to the target website. This grants you the powerful features of the ScrapeNinja API, such as proxy rotation, retries, and a genuine Chrome TLS fingerprint.

General Advice Regarding Request Headers

If your request includes a Cookies header, examine its contents closely. It might contain data that can be used to track you, such as your original request IP address, your user session ID (if you're authenticated on the website), or other sensitive information. Consider removing the cookies header entirely to see how the website responds.

User-agent header is generally not required. ScrapeNinja appends some sensible user-agent string under the hood so you might consider removing this one, as well. Of course you can try to supply this header to override ScrapeNinja default user-agent.

Quick video overview of the cURL converter: