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Are you looking for firefox tamperdata plugin?
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Apr 20, 2014 - 12:23:03

Are you looking for firefox tamperdata plugin?

I change the HTTP HEADER (HOST) to localhost, but I can not get the solution. My browser prompt message “wrong wrong vhost”. what should I learn to chanllege this problem?
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"what should I learn to chanllege this problem?"

1)go to google and write " wrong vhost"

read about it for a while

2)if you still do not find the solution , post the problem again in the forum
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Apr 22, 2014 - 06:54:20

"what should I learn to chanllege this problem?"

1)go to google and write " wrong vhost"

read about it for a while

2)if you still do not find the solution , post the problem again in the forum

Thank you very much!
Today I read the manual of Apache, I get a message that "If the client submitted a HTTP/1.0 request without Host: header field we don't know to what server the client tried to connect and any existing ServerPath is matched against the URI from the request. The first matching path on the list is used and the request is served from that vhost." which is copy from Apache manual in site "http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/details.html".
So, I change the HTTP header from "Get HTTP/1.1" to "Get HTTP/1.0" to match another vhost, but I can't get it, could you give me more suggession?I was troubled by this problem for a long time. Thank you!
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Could you give me more hints? I was trouble by this problem for a long time! Thanks for your help!
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