Do you know how I can add a specific cookie parameter like "access token" to dotdotpwn script?

Without this, I have that output "Web server (xxxx) didn't respond !"

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According to this github issue dotdotpwn isn't designed to have a cookie option. Although you can use -p option to specify your payload which can be a file that contains your request which may contain cookies. You can find more info about the payload module here and you can also check out some sample payload request files on the github repository.

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