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Not seen this before atrax1.pa-x.dec.com

     
11:39 am on Oct 12, 2000 (gmt 0)

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This matey atrax1.pa-x.dec.com with Mercator 1 was trying to get at my cgi-bin. Why would av want to do that? Or is this the research guys and nothing to do with AV?

Any thoughts anyone?

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I had the same little fellow stop by as well.. I think it is the research guys..
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Yep, this is the research guys. I got it too.
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So, what's with it sniffing in the cgi-bin?
8:22 pm on Oct 12, 2000 (gmt 0)

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There is no law against cgi-bin Engine. I've got pages that are in cgi-bin that are indexed in se's.