Been using crawlprotect for a while. Worked great. Bravo. Just out of curiosity I tried the typical test of site=(yadda)www.example.com to see if things are working totally. Nothing happened. Page came right up. My hosting service recently updated their versions of php and mysql. So I am wondering if these versions are "fixed" enough that crawlprotect is no longer seeing them. I have additional protection software that obviously runs after the .htaccess file, and that software is still detecting this an issue. But crawlprotect seems to ignore it now. Any suggestions. I personally haven't done anything to the .htaccess file and its last modification date was months ago (like it should be). I did look at my recent log, but sadly deleted it before I ran my test. It appeared that crawlprotect was still catching user agents, but don't remember anything about this kind of url attack.
Some that makes some sense.