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Previously worked with healthcare informatics in London, now a computer science student at UCL.


Dec
30
comment How to access running application's internal CLI?
Hey that worked really nicely, and I'm the only person to log in, but I've modified screenrc anyway. Cheers.
Dec
30
accepted How to access running application's internal CLI?
Dec
29
asked How to access running application's internal CLI?
Dec
25
comment Intercept server port to request a password
Yes! Thanks so much.
Dec
25
comment Intercept server port to request a password
I give up - how do I do that? :P
Dec
25
awarded  Commentator
Dec
25
comment Intercept server port to request a password
So I need to fake the referrer.
Dec
25
comment Intercept server port to request a password
The application seems to be "ignoring a request from [a] bogus referrer".
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
(20014)Internal error: proxy: error reading status line from remote server 127.0.0.1:60080, referer: http://mydomain:1111/game.php
Dec
24
awarded  Scholar
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
Actually, one more question. The page I'm proxying to is a frameset and the pages are being displayed are showing The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server. The proxy server could not handle the request. When I access some of the pages on their own, they work; just not through the frames. Thoughts?
Dec
24
accepted Intercept server port to request a password
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
Hooray! You are a good person.
Dec
24
awarded  Supporter
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
Thanks. I've now got a 500 error and proxy: No protocol handler was valid for the URL /game.php. If you are using a DSO version of mod_proxy, make sure the proxy submodules are included in the configuration using LoadModule. in the logs. I've got proxy and proxy_html enabled, what's missing? Do I really need to load it manually using LoadModule as well?
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
Thanks for the answer. I've tried it without the SSL for the time being, although may do so later once I sit down and try to work out non-standard SSL ports. Here it is: <VirtualHost *:1111> ServerName mydomain <Location /> AuthType Basic AuthName "Log in" AuthBasicProvider file AuthUserFile /home/user/proxypassword Require valid-user ProxyPass http://127.0.0.1:60080/ ProxyPassReverse http://127.0.0.1:60080/ </Location> </VirtualHost> Anyway, unfortunately I'm not getting anything from mydomain:1111 :-(
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
@Celada I think I could bind the application's port to localhost, but are you suggesting that I then proxy whatever authentication I choose to that localhost, it would do? How would I make that proxy?
Dec
24
awarded  Student
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
That sounds fine, but the problem still remains that if someone were to find the port that we're proxying, the authentication would be bypassed.
Dec
24
comment Intercept server port to request a password
A basic authentication tool is fine, once you've got the password you're in. With regards to where it would be stored, it depends on what method I would have to use - HTTP in .htpasswd for example.