Why Firefox can not handle HTTP server pages?
This is almost an old unresolved bug
So when I have access to the modem page, I find that the Firefox browser he can not handle it! I can not even browse the modem page "So simply some of the pages and sites have slow download sites! Should improve the load time speed?!
400 Bad Request
No request found.
micro_httpd - really small HTTP server
Fetch the software.
micro_httpd is a very small Unix-based HTTP server. It runs from inetd, which means its performance is poor. But for low-traffic sites, it's quite adequate. It implements all the basic features of an HTTP server, including:
Security against ".." filename snooping. The common MIME types. Trailing-slash redirection. index.html Directory listings.
All in about 200 lines of code.
micro_httpd can also be used to serve HTTPS by wrapping it with stunnel. Instructions are included.
Other tiny and/or weird web servers (all run from inetd):
shell script web server dd/sh web server PostScript web server awk web server
See also: js_httpd, mini_httpd, thttpd, Acme.Serve.
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I think this is one of those strange problems where, when you start up a proxy to watch the traffic, the problem goes away. Not sure the following thread offers any solutions, but it has other interesting insights along those lines: '400 Bad Request' - Firefox Only - mozillaZine Forums.
This Thread Did not help to get the answer yet! However we need a clear answer from the developers! Or we will inform all the people to leave the Firefox browser and we will use that browsers developed by Asian!
No answers?Where developers team?
Sorry, the Mozilla developers rarely, if ever, do end user support. If you are convinced that your issue is caused by a Bug in Firefox, please file a Bugzilla Report.