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Re: Googling for a 403

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longshotjohn7 Spilled my beer when they jumped on the table and
proclaimed in <7UvYa.38$(E-Mail Removed)>:

> Don't open this link. The site has been blocked by the Feds.
> If you do your ip will be recorded by Homeland Security. Here's the
> skinny.
> I went to a site I had been to before, to do some
> AnalogX security issue searches and I got a HTTP Error 403 -
> Forbidden .
> I pasted the error into Google and the link we aren't supposed to
> click on
> was the first hit. I clicked on it to find , possibly, some more
> info on
> the error code. There was a warning then that my ip has been
> recorded by
> Homeland Security and that any further tries to access the site I
> would be
> investigated by the Feds. Comments welcome on this 403 issue.


Doubtful. You see, in Apache you can specify different than
standard 40x pages. I suspect that the guy who created this site, did
just this to try to combat some "attempts."

Actually, my old 404 page said something close to that. <G>

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