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Old 04-21-2004, 03:14 PM   #1
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Apache logs + webDav


Is there any way of blocking access logs of "webDav" exploit attempts other than blocking specific IP's? At least I think that's what they are; "SEARCH /\x90\...etc". Not a problem for 'nix, as I understand it, but the log file gets real large real fast.

I'm running Apache, port 80, on Slackware.

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