On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 12:34 PM, Morgan <morgan@nm.ru> wrote:
Hi All.

Tell my how to configure mod_security to struggle with such rubbish?
Example:

Hi Morgan,

Can you check the REQUEST_METHOD variable for a valid HTTP method?

- Josh


77.35.55.137 - - [09/Aug/2010:12:27:39 +0400] "F\xfd'\xfb\xf6}\xa6O\x16\x9f\xc0\x8f\x06i\xb2\x0exxj#" 200 6946
91.195.210.2 - - [09/Aug/2010:12:31:52 +0400] "\xd0\xa4\xc6\x99\x1e\xa0.!{\x80%(\x84\xb9NUz\x94\x19j\x85\xb9" 400 226
95.56.63.132 - - [09/Aug/2010:12:37:22 +0400] "\xc27\x1f\x1e\xd9\x88c0y(\x92\xa5[\xbd\x05\xfc\x9e:" 200 6946

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