jetteroheller - 6:21 am on Jan 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
Since 2007, I have my .htaccess to have all strict canonical.
www redirected to not www
/index.htm redirected to /
I mean all this stuff, that there is only one version of one page.
I even cut ? and all behind
is redirected to
But there is a new attack form needing a new counter measure
There is a page
But the standard Apache server returns 200 OK at
From January 1st until today,
42017 visits of Googlebot with URLs like this.
I implement now in .htaccess to cut all behind .htm/ and redirect to .htm