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From Joshua Slive <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Origin of error log entries?
Date Sat, 28 Jan 2006 22:12:49 GMT
On 1/28/06, James R. Hay <> wrote:
> Ok, so my intuition that somewhere I should find a corresponding entry in
> an access log for one of the websites is correct, presumably somewhere
> near the time of the timestamp from the error log.


> So, this goes more into PHP than Apache but would presumably suggest
> either a script allowing an upload or a query string that was exploited or
> the like.


It is most likely an exploit in a standard php application, because
those are much easier to exploit using automated tools.  A problem in
a custom written php script would require more effort to find.  So
check the common problems like phpbb, phpnuke, etc.


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