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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29962] - byterange filter buffers response in memory
Date Mon, 26 Jul 2004 14:33:50 GMT
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byterange filter buffers response in memory





------- Additional Comments From filip.sneppe@uptime.be  2004-07-26 14:33 -------
I am just wondering if there is currently *any* workaround for this ?
A directive that disables byterange support ?
Because, isn't this a serious security issue in itself ? It means
any user that can send http requests to an apache proxy can DoS it
by sending even a limited number of specially crafted requests that
download some large files somewhere...

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