enigma1 - 7:28 pm on Jan 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
Ok, so are you saying you check your google wmt and you see errors with duplicate content? Or you just see accesses in your server log.
The server may respond to requests for its internal folders depending how your environment is mapped. You should be able to change it from your cpanel with directory aliases. For example I could setup the cgi-bin folder to be mapped somewhere in the main's domain web space so it will just be an invalid page if someone requests it. See how these are mapped on your server.
Now if someone requests a page by forcing some garbage in the url the thing is to process only the part you know about.
The server will return 200 and it's ok. It will be a problem if you see in your html source somewhere the "test" links being replicated, or in some way you trust such requests in your code.