Am 09.04.2014 19:32, schrieb Jameson:
On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 9:30 AM, Nowaker email@example.com wrote:
126.96.36.199 - - [29/Mar/2014:22:04:54 -0400] "GET http://ro2.biz/pixel.png HTTP/1.0" 200 151
But the most interesting part is that your apache is replying with "200", that is OK!
Nice catch! It's certainly a proxy.
Thanks for everyone's help with this. I did in fact have ProxyRequests set to On thinking it was needed for reverse proxies as well, and have turned it off. Now, when I open up port 80, it looks like they're still trying, but I'm replying with 404. Is that what it should be doing? I probably also need to make sure I have some throttling setup in case this is too much for my Internet connection.
If you know the IP addresses (or address-ranges) you use to connect to your server, I suggest you block everything else for the time being with an iptables rule.