Mail::SpamAssassin::Spamd::Apache2::AclIP - host-based spamd access control
##### in httpd.conf: PerlLoadModule Mail::SpamAssassin::Spamd::Apache2::Config SAallow from 127.0.0.1 192.168.0.0/24
Allows / denies access to spamd basing on client's network address. This is a simple version of
mod_authz_host (which, unfortunately, is too HTTP-centric to use here).
Should be before
Mail::SpamAssassin::Spamd::Apache2::AclRFC1413 in the handler chain.
This module doesn't prevent Apache from accepting a connection; child (and therefore we) get control after client actually sends something. It's possible to open
$toomany connections to the parent server and DoS this way.