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From "Jeff Tulley" <>
Subject Re: One other freaky thing
Date Thu, 09 Jan 2003 21:17:30 GMT
Also, there was a recent security issue with mod_jk that had symptoms
like this.  It would mean that somebody is purposely sending you a
malformed packet, so it is not extremely likely.  But, if you are using
mod_jk, I'd update to the absolute latest released binaries to see if
the problem doesn't happen again.

Jeff Tulley  (
Novell, Inc., the leading provider of Net business solutions

>>> 1/8/03 3:12:39 PM >>>
Our application is running on a server in Pennsylvania. A user there 
was working as well as a user in Tennessee. The user in Tennessee got 
an error on a page, hit her back key, and the user in Pennsylvania's 
screen showed up on the Tennessee user's screen.  The people in 
Tennessee are connected to the Pennsylvania system via a frame relay.

Everything is contained within each user's session, so this should 
never happen. The application has been under development for a year 
now, and this has never happened before.

Some kind of weird bug that we shouldn't worry about, or something that

someone else has encountered?

Thanks for any help,
--Michael Molloy

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