I've got a scripter who is using a proxy to attack a website I'm serving. I've noticed that they tend to access the site via software with a certain common user agent string (i.e. ...
I'd like to block some spiders and bad bots by user-agent text string for all of my virtual hosts via httpd.conf but have yet to find success. Below are the contents of my http.conf file. Any ideas ...
I am using Apache's mod_rewrite to redirect mobile users to my mobile site based on their http_user_agent. However not all pages have a mobile equivalent. Also mobile pages end in .html and "full" ...
Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 7_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/536.26 (KHTML, like Gecko) GSA/220.127.116.11875 Mobile/11D167 Safari/8536.25 What's that "GSA" part? I've tried to figure it out, but ...
Using nginx, how do you serve different static files for different user agents? For example, if the current user is using an iPhone, they should be served mobile_index.html, whereas all other user ...