An Apache module to forbid access to to the mod_status server-status handler.
mod_antistatus is a very simple module for the Apache HTTP Server (2.2.x) that prevents access to the server-status handler provided by mod_status. If a request is for the server-status handler, an HTTP 403 forbidden is returned. The module has no configuration and incurs a subrequest lookup per request
Certain apache modules require mod_status. However, in a shared hosting environment with permissive htaccess directive allowance, users can define Locations in htaccess files with
Because of the subrequest lookup, mod_antistatus may impact performance on the HTTP server. It is only necessary on a multi-user HTTP server; a server with trusted configuration can simply not define any locations with the server-status handler.
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