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Re: 404s

From: "Guido Barosio" <gbarosio(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: "Stefan Kaltenbrunner" <stefan(at)kaltenbrunner(dot)cc>
Cc: w^3 <pgsql-www(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: 404s
Date: 2008-05-28 19:04:56
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Not Found

The requested URL /blah was not found on this server.
Apache/2.2.3 (Debian) mod_python/3.2.10 Python/2.4.4 PHP/4.4.4-8+etch4
Server at Port 80

Though, we should at least hide (my sister's phone) some details.
(even when  Facebook shows all her pictures and makes my life
impossible!). Furthermore, we could take that "blah" string and search
the site in order to ease the experience, presenting a result letting
the user decide what to do.


On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 11:54 AM, Guido Barosio <gbarosio(at)gmail(dot)com> wrote:
> mod_friends = true; /* commitment @ makes my life easy */
>> so anybody with wget and a simply shellscript could can (email) DoS -slaves
>> and wwwmaster in seconds ?
> (so curl+post wouldn't be a kiddie workarround or are you planning to
> implement CAPTCHA? [ BTW, I've heard about CAPTCHA bypassing, as easy
> as dating my syster] )
> Hmmmm, what about http hooks? (rock *'s)
> ---> 100%
> transparent though.
> 2 cents.
>>> Do not rely on users if you want to improve the experience, though.
>> keep in mind that we can only detect relative urls on our OWN infrastructure
>> and also that 99% of the website traffic is on with
>> ourely static (mirrored) content, no PHP (or whatever) support and are only
>> partly under our control.
>> only wwwmaster is dynamic but only a fraction of traffic ends up there.
> Ta, txs!
> --
> Guido Barosio
> -----------------------
> guido(dot)barosio(at)globant(dot)com

Guido Barosio

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