Access Error: 404 -- Not Found

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Re: Access Error: 404 -- Not Found

Postby Altrea » 30. October 2013 22:27

The internet is known to be an insecure network.
There are many Script kiddies searching for IPs where unsecured XAMPP stacks could be found to attack them and for example transform them to a zombie server.

dekaron wrote:It worked perfectly before, all of a sudden these stuffs came up.
If you think I just downloaded xampp and these shitty errors came up for a beginning.

No. I just say that we don't support environments in which XAMPP is accessible from the internet. Nothing more.
We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

It's like porn for programmers 8)
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Re: Access Error: 404 -- Not Found

Postby dekaron » 30. October 2013 22:30

And by that you mean that I'm being attacked or?
Sorry for being retarded, but make points for me!
Am I under attack or...
You're saying insecure network, that doesn't sounds good at my side, that kind of freaks me more out.
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Re: Access Error: 404 -- Not Found

Postby Altrea » 30. October 2013 22:37

No, i have no idea if you are now or in future under attack.
But XAMPP is not configured for security and i have already read threads here about attacks against not secured XAMPP servers (delivered spam, viruses, etc).
We don't provide any support via personal channels like PM, email, Skype, TeamViewer!

It's like porn for programmers 8)
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Re: Access Error: 404 -- Not Found

Postby dekaron » 30. October 2013 22:44

Haha, when are you off-duty?
I could use some help, I checked my router settings, and went to port maps.
This is where I found something strange.
I would like to share it with you so that you could help me somehow.

Come on, help me, be a fellow human being! :)
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