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mod_whois - Apache WHOIS module

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An Apache2 module (filter) which receives standard WHOIS queries and rewrites them into standard HTTP requests. After the "translation", the request can be processed by the usual mechanisms (mapping to static content, running CGI & PHP scripts, ...)

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English, German

Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C

Registered

2002-10-10

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