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  1. #1
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    Strange client IP in a serie of GET


    Running Apache as http server, I fail to understand a serie of consecutive GET that I can find traced in the access.log.

    I get one page P.html needing J.js, C.css and I.jpg files.

    IP representing the 3 first numbers of some IPv4 address, I can find the following sequence :

    IP.2 GET P.html
    IP.7 GET J.js
    IP.3 GET C.css
    IP.12 GET I.jpg

    The last number of the IP given in this example is only in order to mean some change.
    I get other occurrences of other sequences.

    - The referer given for the first access traces some precise google search,
    - The user agent is identical for all requests and very standard.
    - The IP range is not listed in any abuseip-like list
    - I get no trace of any suspicious GETs from any client sharing the IP range.

    I would like to know what sort of client is this ?
    A bot ? A hacker disguising his IPs ? Whatever honest system sharing the load ?


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