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Re: [suse-security] nmap from apache????
  • From: Ulrich Klenk <uli.klenk@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 07:38:33 +0200
  • Message-id: <3F727F59.6080609@xxxxxx>
Hi!

Marco Lum schrieb:

> Somebody know the reason that Apache did nmap, grep & uname ? and
> what's wrong with the apache?
> There's nothings special in access_log with same IP.
>
> Please help!
>
> Copy from apache error_log
> [Wed Sep 24 21:05:56 2003] [info] [client 61.10.230.187]
> (104)Connection reset by peer: client stopped connection before send
> mmap completed


Don't know whats actually running on your server, but it is mmap and not
nmap....

mmap is from an Apache module: perl-Apache-Mmap-xxxxxx

Apache Mmap provides a facility for using the mmap system call to have
the OS map a file into a process' address space.

Two interfaces are provided:
- mmap and munmap methods which provide a persistant caching mechanisim
similar to that provided by Apache::DBI for database handles.
- A set of methods which implement the TIESCALAR interface allowing a
scalar variable to be tied to a mapped region of memory. Reading or
writing to the tied scalar accesses the mapped buffer.

Bye,
Uli





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