Redirection Report  

The Redirection Report identifies those requests with an HTTP status code indicating that the user was directed to a different file than requested. The most common cause of these "errors" are when a visitor has incorrectly requested a directory name without the trailing slash. The server replies with a redirection ('you probably mean the following') and the user then makes a second connection to get the correct document.

This report shows the first 30 results by number of requests. This report is sorted by number of requests.


File NameNumber of requests
1./minuteslogging.html1,641
2./directorylogging.html40
3./minuteslogging and 1=1.html5
4./minuteslogging'%26%26sleep(3)%26%26'1.html5
5./minuteslogging%00'||sleep(3)%26%26'1.html5
6./minuteslogging'%26%26benchmark(2999999,md5(now()))%26%26'1.html5
7./minuteslogging' and sleep(3) and '0'%3d'0.html5
8./minuteslogging' and sleep(3) and '1.html5
9./minuteslogging' and benchmark(2999999,md5(now())) and '1.html5
10./minuteslogging2121121121212.1.html5
11./minuteslogging[0] .html4
12./minuteslogginga=0.html2
13./data/minutes1
14./minuteslogging()(',.(,,..html1


This report was generated on May 12, 2019 11:32.
Report time frame January 1, 2019 00:00 to May 11, 2019 22:51.

Web statistics report produced by: analog 6.0 / Report Magic 2.21