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[ale] stupid question to the apache experts
- Subject: [ale] stupid question to the apache experts
- From: esoteric at denali.atlnet.com (Wandered Inn)
- Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2001 10:43:15 -0400
Joe Steele wrote:
> A browser will generate this form of GET request if it is configured
> to use a proxy. Configure your browser to use your web server as a
> proxy on port 80. Then try to pull up http://www.spedia.net/. You
> should successfully replicate the log entry.
> What's puzzling to me is that your server's response was 200 which
> indicates success. Is your server set up to accept proxy requests?
Okay this is wierd. I configured my browser (on another machine) to
look at my web server as a proxy and no matter what url I enter, I get
the main page of my web server. The wierd thing is I get the "GET ..."
entry for the url I entered in my access log as a success. The
difference between my attempts and the attempt I'm trying to figure out
is that with my attempts there are also references to the various images
that were loaded from my main page as well. With the attempt I'm trying
to figure out, I don't see anything but the one "GET
I'm not running squid or anything, does Apache have the ability to
proxy? If so, where would I turn it off?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Wandered Inn [SMTP:esoteric at denali.atlnet.com]
> Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 9:40 AM
> To: ale at ale.org
> Subject: Re: [ale] stupid question to the apache experts
> greg at turnstep.com wrote:
> > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
> > Hash: SHA1
> > > 188.8.131.52 - - [22/Aug/2001:07:20:37 -0400] "GET
> > > http://www.spedia.net/ HTTP/1.1" 200 717 "-" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible;
> > > MSIE 4.01; Windows 98)"
> > It just means that someone tried to get at a spedia.net file
> > on your machine - why they did this is beyond me, but
> > Apache acted normally enough for a HTTP/1.1 request.
> > Here is how you can duplicate it:
> > > telnet localhost 80
> Well, not exactly, note the entry above does indicate a browser type,
> although I suppose this could be spoofed. I'd like to be able to
> reproduce it from a browser, kinda give me a warm and fuzzy that someone
> was just doing something stupid, rather than someone who actually knew
> what they were doing.
> > I'd be interested if anyone can shed some light or
> > has some guesses...
> Me too.
> Until later: Geoffrey esoteric at denali.atlnet.com
> "I don't want a Microsoft Passport, and Microsoft can't have my wallet."
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Until later: Geoffrey esoteric at denali.atlnet.com
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