Is it possible to define new data types in MySQL, using plugins or by other means?
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Nothing could stop Free.fr from blackhole-ing emails comming from hadopi servers or from @hadopi.com senders - this is how SPAM filtering works.
There is a module for PostgreSQL called PostGIS with quite impressive feature set... It's there for a while, it is actively developed and have support from PostgreSQL core hackers.
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I have tested this DoS attack against lighttpd and nginx. Out of the box both servers are vulnerable (despite the note in the announcement that lighttpd is not vulnerable, just use enough number of connections). Nginx could be configured to not be affected by this type of attacks:
Put in "http" section:
limit_zone limit_per_ip $binary_remote_addr 1m;
and put in "server" section
limit_conn limit_per 16;
The last 2 configuration lines are for limiting connections per client IP. This fist lines are same sane connection timeouts.
May be lighttpd could be configured in a similar manner but I am not a spec in it.