On May 8, 2007, at 5:51 AM, Olaf Greve wrote:
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-Can anyone recommend me proper anti spam authorities to whom I can
report the IP addresses that caused the issues on my machine?
Try doing a WHOIS lookup on the IP address, and send a report
containing sample httpd-access log lines or the message-board spam to
the abuse contacts, if listed. In some cases, WHOIS does not return
useful info-- in which case, doing a traceroute and noting the ISP
used for the last few hops will probably do.
-At present, in Apache I have added:
<Location ~ "store_comments_script.php">
Deny from all
Can anyone tell me of a good way to only ever allow calls to this
script coming from the proper previous script, or should this be
handled from PHP itself? Perhaps this question isn't very clear,
but what I'm looking for is a way to block any and all direct calls
to this script, that originate from anywhere but from the
photography site itself.
Add something like "Allow from localhost" to the Location block
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