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On a fw Server Log what does this mean "Illegal Request Recieved On Port"

This can happen for any Port of the farmerswife (fw) Server application is exposed to the internet.
When you then try to search for the "owner" of the logged IP, this will typically be a "anonymous".
This also shows, that this illegal request was stopped by and on the fw Server application.

Some examples:
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read=, session_id=, auth_user= header="
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read=GET, session_id=/, auth_user= header=GET / HTTP/1.0"
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read=OPTIONS, session_id=/, auth_user= header=OPTIONS / HTTP/1.0"
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read=OPTIONS, session_id=/, auth_user= header=OPTIONS / RTSP/1.0"
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read=HELP, session_id=, auth_user= header=HELP"
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read= S O ?G×÷º,îê²`~ó ý�{¹Õ�Èw�æÄÛ<=Ûoïn ( , session_id=, auth_user= header= S O ?G×÷º,îê²`~ó ý�{¹Õ�Èw�æÄÛ<=Ûoïn (  "
"Illegal Request Recieved On Port 22000 from IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (bytes_to_read= qj�n0�k¡¢, session_id=, auth_user= header= qj�n0�k¡¢"

Solutions:
Improve the security measures for your farmerswife system.
See the this info on How to SSL farmerswife

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