What do these log entries mean in blynk.log

I am running a local server on raspbian, in the blynk.log I see the following entries:

01:22:17.279 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.ctrip.com/
02:13:37.191 INFO  - GET : http://www.google.com/reader/about/
02:13:37.193 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.google.com/reader/about/
02:58:11.078 INFO  - GET : http://www.qunar.com/
02:58:11.080 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.qunar.com/
05:16:12.110 INFO  - GET : http://www.elong.com/
05:16:12.112 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.elong.com/
13:54:45.282 INFO  - GET : /manager/html
13:54:45.288 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : /manager/html
15:26:11.964 INFO  - GET : http://www.qyer.com/
15:26:12.147 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.qyer.com/
15:53:16.313 INFO  - GET : http://www.ctrip.com/
15:53:16.316 ERROR - Error resolving url. No path found. GET : http://www.ctrip.com/

What does this mean ?

What you’re seeing is an “open proxy” test. Your Blynk Server is being scanned (by bada guys :slight_smile:) to see if it can be used as a general-purpose HTTP proxy. Error - means all is ok and Blynk doesn’t allow proxing. This also means that you somehow “published” your IP somewhere outside and it became available for bots and different scanners.