Hmm...

Ok the 404 thing I understand, but they are coming in at such a high rate it makes me nervous... Maybe this is some form of distributed DOS attack?

On Closer inspection I do see some 200 codes in there as well, like:

69.70.140.130 - - [22/Dec/2005:13:40:59 -0800] "CONNECT 208.146.35.106:6667 HTTP/1.0" 200 82 69.70.140.130 - - [22/Dec/2005:13:40:59 -0800] "CONNECT 208.146.35.106:6667 HTTP/1.0" 200 82 69.70.140.130 - - [22/Dec/2005:13:40:59 -0800] "CONNECT 208.146.35.106:6667 HTTP/1.0" 200 82 69.70.140.130 - - [22/Dec/2005:13:41:00 -0800] "CONNECT 208.146.35.106:6667 HTTP/1.0" 200 82

Should I be worried about this one?

Thanks for the help again guys!

Maybe I should migrate this thread over to apache forum instead, since it does not really have much to do with zope...???

-e-

Tino Wildenhain wrote:

Ed Colmar schrieb:
Hey Tino

Well, my access log fills up with lines like:

61.54.11.222 - - [21/Dec/2005:14:36:56 -0800] "GET
http://media.fastclick.net/w/get.media?sid=19765&m=3&tp=7&d=s&c=1
HTTP/1.1" 404 927

404 is fine. We all have that in our logs. There is nothing to worry.
Its just the usual internet business.

See: http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2616.html

404 Not Found



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