I have a webapp running using Django. I recently activated some middleware which is supposed to alert me of 404's where the referrer is within my domain (supposedly indicating a 404 that is my fault).
However, today I got 34 requests for urls which don't exist, all of the login variety. Some examples:
/signup /user/register /sign_up.html /tools/quicklogin.one /member/join.php /index.php?do=/user/register/ /index.php?action=registernew /index.php?option=com_registration&task=register etc.
All of the 404's seem to be dealing with login, and all have the same IP and user agent:
User agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1;) IP address: 10.122.71.83
None of these url's exist in my codebase, hell I'm using Django not php, so it's not someone clicking on a broken link (my login page is at /login and my register page at /register) Is this just a crawler that I need to configure better or something malicious?