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From "David M. Wilson" <>
Subject [users@httpd] HTTP proxy detection
Date Thu, 30 Oct 2003 23:54:46 GMT
First, let me apologize for what I'm about to ask.  I know you all
must have answered this many times before (even though I could not
find anything useful in the mailing list archives or on the web)!

Apparently, in an attempt to see whether or not there is an open
proxy at my IP address, someone sent the following request (this
is the line from access.log): 8080 - - [29/Oct/2003:18:06:51 -0600]
 "GET HTTP/1.1" 200 2049

Is it possible to cause Apache to return an error 404 or something
like that, instead of sending the client /index.html  ?

I am using Apache 1.3.28 on Windows 98 SE with the following modules loaded:
  mod_status, mod_info, mod_php4 (4.3.2), and mod_ssl (2.8.15)
There are other (compiled-in) modules as well; I'll include a complete list
if needed.

Thanks in advance,

David M. Wilson

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