Beware of ISPs Data Cache – The Evils of Session Collision and Data Mix-up

30 Aug

Code Green by Doctorfox

If you’ve ever spent 2 or more hours trying to figure out why a perfectly working system suddenly begins to misbehave for only a select few people then you will easily relate to the rest of this post which I’m about to share with you.

After receiving two calls following an email with the same issue which I had never heard of or experienced, I decided this was it – This Means WAR (me on the one side and the problematic system on the other).

Eye Looking Over Person On Computer

Looking through the carefully stacked mini optimized web server running Apache, with MPM-Worker, having a protective DNS layer caching system with DDos protection, I knew this would be another onion peeling exercise – hopefully there would be no tears in this case.

An application I  had built and maintained for a client using the popular CakePHP framework and the technologies listed earlier had suddenly started…

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