I have tried copying the session cookie (djcs_session) from a logged in browser, and while this seems to work with other browsers, it does not work in Postman nor when added to a custom pattern in FTR.
the trick to just redirect the page to
wsj.com/amp/articles/foo-bar-bfa123a5 doesn’t work any longer.
a browser plugin, that I use still is able to catch full article. In addition to the redirect it uses a rule, which I could not rebuild for ftr
allow_cookies: 1, block_regex: /(cdn\.cxense\.com\/|cdn\.ampproject\.org\/v\d\/amp-(access|subscriptions)-.+\.js)/, useragent: "googlebot"
@fivefilters, any ideas?
Hmm, will have to look into this to see if there’s anything we can do.
@HolgerAusB I had a look and I’m seeing the same as you, no /amp/ support any more (it just redirects). Previously the /amp/ version would contain the full content. Do you know what the browser plugin is doing? I can’t really tell from the snippet you pasted. Adding a user agent string like that makes no difference in my testing.
it seem to block some scripts from the block_regex part. But I do not really know what the trick is.
Any news? I was doing some digging on the Magnolia paywall remover and found this: