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There are several apps for that available. I personally used WiFi Web Login in the past, and even bought the pro key for this app. It works pretty well: You have to once record your captive login (i.e. you start the app, say to add a new "portal", and then manually start your login procedure from within the app. Once done, this is recorded as macro; as soon ...


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There seem to be a number of options on how to do this. Unfortunately, there's no real pure Windows application. They all seem to rely on scripts and the like. As One of the SuperUser quetions pointed out, there is a scripting tool called WebInject that could be used to make a script that opens up the page and logs in for you. As I mentioned in the comments,...


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Take a look at Untangle. It should do most of what you need. Note that there is both a paid and a free version of the content filter, and the free version sucks pretty hard. It works, but it's lists aren't very complete. Content filtering is a service that needs a lot of power behind it in order to keep up with the ever-growing internet, and so you won't ...


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