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I forgot the to set Auth, Nonce-Count and the Client-Nonce. Now it is working as expected: http://pernau.at/kd/sipdigest.php?qop=auth&user=Mufasa&realm=testrealm%40host.com&password=Circle+Of+Life&method=GET&uri=%2Fdir%2Findex.html&nonce=dcd98b7102dd2f0e8b11d0f600bfb0c093&body=&noncecount=00000001&cnonce=0a4f113b


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This is called "transparent proxy". You need two things to do it: Your proxy server should support it (transparent proxy). Squid is a well-known proxy server which supports transparent proxy mode. Configure your firewall / router to redirect HTTP traffic to your proxy like the iptables rule you have.


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Nginx by default will output a combined log format (NCSA). GoAccess will automatically recognize it if you pick the first option from the configuration dialog (or permanently uncomment the NCSA Combined Log Format from your config file.) If you are interested to log the request time, then you need to modify your nginx config file and add your custom log ...


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GoAccess says right on their page: Apache/Nginx Common/Combined + VHosts If your logs aren't parsing, then you'll need to look into the GoAccess logs and see what is wrong. Additionally: GoAccess allows any custom log format string. So you may need to look into how to instruct the tool on your custom format.


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Indeed the problem that you speak of exists and makes up for a lot of questions, like "for how long should I cache an answer? What if I have two projects whose commits rates are very different?". There are some proprietary solutions which do what you are looking form i.e. if you use Atlassian Stash, it has a built-in plugin which manages checkout answers ...


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You cannot pass POST parameters via the URL, but that is not required for an XSS-vulnerability. A third party site can send the user to your site with any POST parameter they want by using JavaScript: <html> <body onload="document.forms[0].submit()"> <form action="https://yoursite.example.com/" method="post"> <input ...


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I was dealing with this issue on a new website we just launched. Everything looked good in FF/Opera/Chrome, etc. but I had MAJOR image swapping issues in iOS8+. I noticed that a lot of the sites reporting this problem run Litespeed webserver. I switched to Apache for a moment to test, and sure enough, the website loaded just fine. My host (wiredtree.com, ...


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I'm not sure what resources you have available to you, but there are devices that accomplish this based on the identity of the user logging in. For example, Cisco ASA Firewalls have an identity feature that picks up log-in events on a Microsoft Active Directory server and alerts the firewall of that user's IP address. Then you write ACL's based on username, ...


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So I assume you are looking for a php solution? In that case you will need something like this: function get_ip_address() { // check for shared internet/ISP IP if (!empty($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']) && validate_ip($_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP'])) { return $_SERVER['HTTP_CLIENT_IP']; } // check for IPs passing through proxies ...


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Your concern is correct - clients whose browsers have retrieved the file will typically not receive the updated version until 1 month after they accessed it unless they happen to have cleared their browser cache or they do a reload on the page. One way around this is when you update the CSS file, change the HTML that references it to have ?v=2 or ?v=3 ...


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This is able to check for the www part and also it gets just the first capture as the subdomain second capture as domain and the rest as the host-domain: server_name ~^(www\.)?((?<subdomain>.+?)\.)?((?<domain>.+?)\.)?(?<host_domain>.+)\.(?<tld>co.uk)$ ...


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So, I've discovered that Windows 8 now apparently automatically (i.e. without asking or without one going to the Windows app store) downloads the 8.1 service pack after installing some 8.0 updates. This download seemed to come from a-{some-numbers-and-dashes}.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com and took up about 3GB + 0.5 to 0.7GB (2 parts), downloading ...


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I got it, and it was so simple! In order to resolve this issue, I had to disable SELinux and reboot the server. That's it.



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