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Jun
9
comment Apache redirecting requests to port 23
Also there is nothing in apache error log to suggest that a script injection is at fault.. Only errors in there are 404s because of some favicons that i haven't updated.
Jun
9
comment Apache redirecting requests to port 23
screensnapr.com/e/CTm2lP.png Pic of the iptables logs.. it's happening again. I can't provide any correlation between port 80/port 23. Lots of other people are able to access the site without any problem. I know that it is a problem because with the IP of a user I see that the server was attempting an outbound connection to port 23 on their host when they were simply trying to access the site.
Jun
8
comment Apache redirecting requests to port 23
That is why I'm asking. It hasn't happened before. I have like 1,300 connection doing netstat -ntu | wc -l all on TIME_WAIT
Jun
8
comment Apache redirecting requests to port 23
In configserver firewall it's saying that my server is trying to make outbound connection on port 23. i have verified the user's IP addresses who are having trouble with it so I know it isn't a malicious attempt.
Jun
8
asked Apache redirecting requests to port 23
Jun
5
comment chroot'ing Apache to prevent shell scripts?
lol 12characters
Jun
5
asked chroot'ing Apache to prevent shell scripts?
Jun
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May
28
comment using .htaccess to block tor servers
my OS is centOS. Since I only needed this block for the registration page, what I did was this: when someone tries to go to the create account page, it redirects them to a page that checks their IP against a list of 4000+ tor entry/exit nodes and if it doesn't match, sets a session that allows them to register an account.
May
27
asked using .htaccess to block tor servers