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The LimitRequestFields directive allows you to limit number of request header fields allowed in a single HTTP request This limit can be 0 to 32767 (32K) This directive can help you implement a security measure against large request based denial of service attacks
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Syntax: LimitRequestFields number Default setting: LimitRequestFields 100 Context: Server config
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The LimitRequestFieldsize directive enables you to limit the size (in bytes) of a request header field The default size of 8190 (8K) is more than enough for most situations However, if you experience a large HTTP request-based denial of service attack, you can change this to a smaller number to deny requests that exceed the limit A value of 0 sets the limit to unlimited Syntax: LimitRequestFieldsize bytes Default setting: LimitRequestFieldsize 8190 Context: Server config
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The LimitRequestLine directive sets the limit on the size of the request line This effectively limits the size of the URL that can be sent to the server The default limit should be sufficient for most situations If you experience a denial of service attack that uses long URLs designed to waste resources on your server, you can reduce the limit to reject such requests Syntax: LimitRequestLine bytes Default setting: LimitRequestLine 8190 Context: Server config
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By using the Require directive, Apache determines which users or group can access a restricted directory There are three types of entity names available: user, group, valid-user For example, require user joe jenny tells Apache to allow only joe or jenny to enter the area after successful authentication Only the named users can access the directory Syntax: Require entity_name entity_name Default setting: None Context: directory, per-directory config Override: AuthConfig
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As an example of a group-based access requirement, only users in the named groups can access the directory in the following:
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With the following line, all valid users can access the directory
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If the require directive appears in a <Limit> section, then it restricts access to the named methods; otherwise, it restricts access for all methods For example:
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AuthType Basic AuthName Game Zone Drop Box AuthUserFile /www/netgames/users AuthGroupFile /www/ntgames/groups <Limit GET> require group coders </Limit>
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If the preceding configuration is found in an htaccess file in a directory, only a group called coders is allowed access to the directory to retrieve files via the HTTP GET method To work correctly, the Require directive must be accompanied by AuthName and AuthType directives, and by directives such as AuthUserFile and AuthGroupFile
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Satisfy
If you have created a basic HTTP authentication configuration in which both Allow and Require directives are used, you can use the Satisfy directive to tell Apache what authentication requirements will be sufficient Syntax: Satisfy Any | All Default setting: Satisfy all Context: directory, per-directory The value of the Satisfy directive can be either all or any If the value is all, then the authentication succeeds only if both Allow and Require succeed If the value is any, then the authentication succeeds if either Allow or Require succeeds The Satisfy directive is useful only if access to a particular area is being restricted by both the username/password and the client host address In this case, the
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default behavior (all) requires that the client pass the address access restriction and enter a valid username and password With the any option, the client is granted access if the user either passes the host restriction or enters a valid username and password This directive can be used to restrict access to an area by using passwords, while simultaneously giving access to all clients from a particular IP address pool (that is, a set of IP addresses) without requiring them to enter passwords
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The ScriptInterpreterSource directive allows you to specify how Windows finds the interpreter for a script Normally, the script interpreter is detected using the #! line found in a script However, setting this directive to registry will force Windows to lookup the registry for the script s extension to find the associated program (that is, interpreter) for it Syntax: ScriptInterpreterSource Registry | Script Default setting: ScriptInterpreterSource script Context: directory, htaccess