Hello Josh,

Yes it looks fixed in the trunk code and will be available in 2.7.4. I will release it today or Monday.
Thanks

Breno


On 5/24/13 12:47 PM, "Josh Berry" <josh.berry@spiralsecurity.com> wrote:

I have installed modsecurity 2.7.3 on Nginx 1.4.1 and just about everything appears to work correctly with the exception of images over around 50K in size.  I added some of the OWASP rules and started testing my site and found that images larger that 50k wouldn’t display.  
 
I checked the nginx and modsecurity rules and found no alerts when accessing the pages that serve images larger than 50, so I started removing the rules.  I ended up removing all rules and still have the same problem.  All other content works, blocking works, etc other than images > 50k in size.
 
I then tried just setting modsecurity to detection only mode with and without any rules enabled with the same results.
 
What am I missing?
 
 
Thanks,
 
Josh Berry


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