[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 23135] REGRESSION: Query parameters are sometimes incorrect in URL

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Fri Jan 30 09:48:24 PST 2009


------- Comment #12 from darylp at qualtrics.com  2009-01-30 09:48 PDT -------
(In reply to comment #11)
> Daryl, would it be possible for you to make a demo installation available
> somewhere?

Unfortunately I am unable to setup a demo installation. However, you may be
able to duplicate the environment by setting up our product. Our product is a
poll that is placed on 3rd party web sites via a script tag that makes a
request for javascript from our server. The url for the javascript request is
being modified. I have tried to reproduce the issue and have not been able to.
I have been looking at our access logs (we are running Apache on FreeBSD using
PHP/5.2.8) The query that was being modified was always the same one:
where VS should be SV. Obviously the parameter values varied from request to
request. I couldn't find another query that was being modified.
I greped the access logs all queries returning a 500 server error due to the
incorrect parameter and nearly all of the 4300+ errors were coming from a
WebKit user agent. The 36 errors that weren't webkit were coming from a
Googlebot agent. (Is google sharing webkit code?) Of the WebKit there were
about a dozen coming from X11, ~30 coming from Macintosh, and ~10 coming from
Windows. The rest (~3900) were coming from iPhone. I'm not sure what this says
about normal distribution of traffic from these browsers but thought it useful
to note that we're only seeing this issue from WebKit, and it's much more
frequent in the iPhone. We will continue to monitor this issue and I will post
here if I can figure out how to reliably reproduce the issue. As I mentioned
previously, I have tested extensively using 
Safari for Windows - AppleWebKit/525.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1
iPhone - AppleWebKit/525.18.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.1.1 Mobile/5G77

And I have not been able to reproduce it yet.

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