Re: "Ticken" web attacks?

K.M. Jeary wrote:
If you follow the dictionary link further elsewhere you will find that ticken is a cognate of "tick" or "ticking" which is elsewhere defined as a textile mattress covering [sometimes blue and white] which seems to be nineteenth century in usage. So assuming a literate hacker, a reference to
the site's "wrapper"?

Sorry, first mail went to private address.
So, my guess is that ticken can mean something in german or another language. I don't have a translation, sorry. But i would definetely block anything outside put, get, head and the other standard http requests.

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