Tonight I was looking around the web for examples of
Content-MD5 in an HTTP response. I was thinking it'd make for another example of OkHttp's powerful new Interceptor API.
I haven't found such an example yet. But I did stumble upon some curious headers on Apple's CDN:
~ curl -v http://images.apple.com/ac/globalheader/1.0/styles/globalheader.css > GET /ac/globalheader/1.0/styles/globalheader.css HTTP/1.1 > < HTTP/1.1 200 OK < ntCoent-Length: 89953 < Transfer-Encoding: chunked ...
ntCoent-Length is an (obvious) misspelling of
Content-Length. Weird. Typos happen.
But what's weirder still is that another file on the same host has a similar typo:
~ curl -v http://images.apple.com/metrics/ac-analytics/0.2/scripts/ac-analytics.js > GET /metrics/ac-analytics/0.2/scripts/ac-analytics.js HTTP/1.1 > < HTTP/1.1 200 OK < nnCoection: close < Connection: keep-alive ...
nnCoection, I say
Connection. Now I have a puzzle: what would trigger a bug like this?