If your webserver serves .zip files or o ... / 2002-04-10

2002-04-10 If your webserver serves .zip files or o ...
If your webserver serves .zip files or other binary stuff, it might get 'attacked' when visitors use a so-called 'download manager' acting quite antisocial and opening a lot of connections at once (leaving no slots for other visitors). Fixed this on one popular server by installing mod_limitipconn.c for Apache. Net result: more outgoing traffic.

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