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ModRWLBF, a ModRW Decoder under development
From: Kai Renz <writemecas () googlemail com>
Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 20:02:59 +0100

Hi guys,

i'm currently developing a tool to "decode" URLs which where rewritten
using modrewrite.

The tool will be capable of detecting the bot-rewritten url using 3 modes:
- a pattern-only mode, which uses different regexes
- a bruteforce-only mode, which is basically nothing but testing using
different parameters
- a patter-bruteforce mode, which combines the 2 methods above

Now it's your turn:
- what would you expect from such a tool?
- what features do you need?
- any other ideas?

Feel free to discuss!

PS: The project is located here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/modrwlbf/


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