fishy post detected with referer

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8/12/2014 4:44:42 AM
kph
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fishy post detected with referer

Hi,

in my system log I see the error "fishy post detected with referer". This happed when I changed the "parent page" of a sub page. After that error the page is in the root and I'm no longer able to move the page down in a sub menu.

Web Server W2012R2

mojo portal file used: mojoportal-2-4-0-4-sqlce-net45-deploymentfiles.zip

 

8/12/2014 8:12:49 AM
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Re: fishy post detected with referer

fishypost detection should only log when a post comes from a different host name than the one the site is running on (ie if the url referrer does not match the current site host name), it should not happen when doing anything directly with the site ui. maybe you have a proxy server or something like that which could make it have false detection of fishyposts. you can disable fishypost detection by adding this in user.config:

<add key="CheckFishyReferer" value="false"/>

8/12/2014 3:10:17 PM
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Re: fishy post detected with referer

Thanks,

one remark: the exception does not to happen if I work with the local server uri. My hostheader in IIS has two entries, one local one external fqdn. TMG forwards to the local name.

Could this be a problem?

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