[jdev] Strange requests in JEP-0065 proxy

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at jabber.org
Fri Mar 24 12:45:28 CST 2006


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Magnus Henoch wrote:
> In the JEP-0065 proxy at proxy.jabber.cd.chalmers.se, we often receive
> CONNECT requests to the address
> "ed6f9a539fd86ceb66a5290fcde4b55e32082dd2".  The requests come from
> completely different IP addresses all over the world, so it's unlikely
> that the JIDs and SIDs of these clients would become the same hash.
> The requests are denied, since there are already two connections to
> that "address" - but where do they come from?

Is it always that address?

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
Jabber Software Foundation
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