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Re: How to hide/restrict log/error message in browser from nginx server

Sergey A. Osokin
November 21, 2022 08:18AM
Hi Ashish,

On Mon, Nov 21, 2022 at 06:07:17AM -0500, ashishbijwe wrote:
[...]

> So any http request was made it provides verbose nature of error message in
> browser , it shows some source code file pat below (currently pasted dummy
> browser response):
>
> at decodeURIComponent (<anonymous>)
> at decode_param (/fdsfsdfdfdsf/layer.js:172:12)
> at Layer.match (/fdsfsdfdfdsf/router/layer.js:123:27)
> at matchLayer (/fdsfsdfdfdsf/index.js:587:18)
> at next (fdsfsdfdfdsf/index.js:226:15)
> at csrf (fdsfsdfdfdsf/index.js:117:5)
> at /fdsfsdfdfdsf/security.js:128:17
> at Layer.handle [as handle_request] (/fdsfsdfdfdsfr/layer.js:95:5)
>
> So my question is is there any way i can hide/restrict this with nginx.conf
> file modification or server configuration files modification

It seems like the issue is related to a backend application behind
nginx, and if that the case it's possible to configure nginx to
intercept a proxy response with the proxy_intercept_errors directive,
http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_proxy_module.html#proxy_intercept_errors

Hope that helps.

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Sergey A. Osokin
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Subject Author Posted

How to hide/restrict log/error message in browser from nginx server

ashishbijwe November 21, 2022 06:07AM

Re: How to hide/restrict log/error message in browser from nginx server

Sergey A. Osokin November 21, 2022 08:18AM

Re: How to hide/restrict log/error message in browser from nginx server

ashishbijwe November 22, 2022 11:58AM



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