Re: JK2 Connector and denial of service attacks

2004-04-02 Thread Steve Spicer
At 10:36 PM 29/03/2004, you wrote: Henri Gomez wrote: Steve Spicer wrote: On standard install it doesn't. I'm not sure why but it still seems the JK connector is connecting to tomcat even though the access checker hook is returning a 403. Any ideas? I will make some tests on it. I make some

Re: JK2 Connector and denial of service attacks

2004-03-29 Thread Steve Spicer
then this point is probably irrelevent, but if im not then I think its a very important issue. Perhaps it would be better solved with a document included within JK2 detailing the necessity of such protection and how to configure it? At 05:17 PM 29/03/2004, you wrote: Steve Spicer wrote: Hey, I've been

Re: JK2 Connector and denial of service attacks

2004-03-29 Thread Steve Spicer
On standard install it doesn't. I'm not sure why but it still seems the JK connector is connecting to tomcat even though the access checker hook is returning a 403. Any ideas? At 09:51 PM 29/03/2004, you wrote: Steve Spicer wrote: I agree to your point that DoS protection is out of the scope

JK2 Connector and denial of service attacks

2004-03-28 Thread Steve Spicer
that inherits all of the benefits of the anti-DoS module. If this is considered to be useful (and within the scope) of the JK2 project please let me know! Thanks, Steve Spicer. - To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional

Re: mod_jk.so build problems with SunOS 5.6

2001-02-26 Thread Steve Spicer
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