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From mgarriss <mgarr...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] blocking one address
Date Fri, 29 Aug 2003 03:40:10 GMT
mgarriss wrote:

> Seems that C++ is easier then english for me, let me try again:
>
> Another question:  I get the /default.ida (Code Red II virus) requests 
> a lot but from far too many different ips to making blocking the 
> addresses a solution.  I was returning my 404 page at about 250 bytes 
> each time so I just made a 0 length default.ida, *now* 0 bytes get 
> returned.  However I can't do that in this case.  *Any way* to tell 
> apache to return 0 bytes when somethings looks for, say, the /scripts 
> dir (which I don't have/need)? 


Ugh.  ignore that, i sent it a few hours ago and it just now showed up.  
my questions have been answered, thank you Mike.

Michael


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