Right now I just 1800 identical exceptions from one user on one webpage. The offending script is perhaps some browser malware/plugin or something on Windows:
The raw exception looks like:
TypeError: Unable to get property '1' of undefined or null reference at r.getMainDomain(/nwp/v0_0_1116/release/Shared/App/SharedApp.js:5:28813) at Anonymous function(/nwp/v0_0_1116/release/Shared/App/SharedApp.js:5:28544) at o(~/raven-js/src/raven.js?ae06*:286:0)
Question 1: Without knowing the exact errors in advance, is there any way to always rate limit this type of thing? Nobody needs 1800 identical exceptions from the same page.
Question 2: Now that I know it, what is the correct way to uniquely identify this error for ignoring in future? The message “Unable to get property ‘1’ of undefined or null reference” could possibly come from a legitimate source too. And
v0_0_1116 seems release-specific, so might change regularly.