Please remove it f rom your index file and upgrade to the latest version of the SDK, if you haven't already. --- end server output --- Original issue reported on code.google.com Until last week, I have no idea of the details on the technique that follows. Is the Google Apps user different to the App Engine user, and you're accessing from the same browser? We want to see what's the code that references it. The first two matches clearly have nothing to do with our goal: MSMimeTypesCollections, MSMimeTypesCollectionsPrototype. Source
I'm trying to download data. "Authentication failed" each time. It somewhat rings to me. When IE requests data from a URL, it first tries to guess its content type using different mechanisms, and the last of them is the file extension. Next one seems to be what we are searching for! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20425364/could-not-guess-mimetype
It seems that this code is hit twice by CDocument::get_mimeType, another one by CImgElement::get_mimeType and of course the one that we knew from the beginning, CAnchorElement::get_mimeType. How can we do that? Cloning 5 application files. We don't need to analyze anything at this point, just watch how the code was brutally trimmed.
Next Message by Thread: [google-appengine] Re: appcfg.py download_data [INFO] Authentication Failed The same problem for me. Could not guess mimetype for com/inc/history.inc. im not using google accounts. There are more orthodox ways to achieve this but we are investing less than five minutes, just an educated guess.
Thanks! >> >> > -- >> > You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> > "Google App Engine" group. >> > To post to this Cloning 7 static files. Next Message by Date: Previous Message by Thread: Re: [google-appengine] "Could not guess mimetype for favicon" - url: /favicon\.ico static_files: img/favicon.ico upload: img/favicon.ico mime_type: image/x-icon 2010/1/23 samwyse
Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Re: [google-appengine] Re: unable to add app to domain Hmmm well I'm out of ideas, sorry. Will this work? We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Could not guess mimetype for static/loading.xaml.
Ready for the adventure? look at this site the class is: > > > class ltWords( db.Model ): > > WordsDText = db.TextProperty() > > > after this, there is only one entity of ltWords and the WordsDText is Could Not Guess Mimetype For This will be pretty basic and we can safely forget about opcodes today. Mimetypes Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 0 Star 0 Fork 0 matricce/mirrorrr Code Issues 20 Pull requests 0 Projects
Setup IDA FreeSetup IDA Free Note: I will be posting soon how to setup IDA Free with public symbols so you can do exactly as we do here. But in the meantime I http://sinistro.org/could-not/could-not-open-mime-types-config-file-etc-apache2-mime-types.html To post to this group, send email to [email protected] To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [email protected] For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine?hl=en. Why don't we find an alternative route (aka variation) like real attackers do? I totally know this is a speculation but when we are analyzing regular code, educated guesses work most of the time.
IDA labels everything it can to help us with the analysis. And if we double click on CAnchorElement::get_mimeType, we will end up in the code below. Using application/octet-stream. comフォルダの下を静的リソースと認識している phpファイル(com/index.php)なのに、 静的ファイルのアップロード時に必要なmimetype を見にいっている。これは怪しいと思って色々探していたら、同じ現象の人を発見！ Cant deploy GAE Go app from Windows なるほど＞＜ app.yamlの記述で先にstatic_dir、static_files として指定すると、 指定したものはすべて静的ファイルとして扱われてしまう。今のapp.yamlの記述はこう。 この「ココ！」でcom直下のファイルがすべて 静的ファイルとして認識されてしまっていた。 handlers: - url: /favicon.ico static_files: static/images/favicon.ico upload: com/img/favicon.ico - url: /css static_dir: have a peek here For example this post o this other > http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine/browse_thread/thread/0768f6cd7237829d# > > My question is the following: the paid applications have the same > problems than the non paid applications?
Predictably, it failed. Robert On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 13:55, nacho
Let's see if this 3 minute speculation gives us some dividends.
Is it working for you etc.RegardsMartin WebbThe information contained in this email is confidential and may contain proprietary information. Cloning 8 static files. To post to this group, send email to [email protected] To unsubscribe from this group, send email to [email protected] For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/google-appengine?hl=en. First Goal: find the binary code that reveals the mimeType information.
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