Apache upgrades, plugs three security holes

    Date23 Mar 2004
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Three security fixes were prominent in the latest version of the Apache Web server, released over the weekend. Apache HTTP Server 2.0.49 is available for download and enterprises are urged to upgrade to the latest version of the ubiquitous Web server. According to Netcraft, Apache has close to 70% market share. . . . Three security fixes were prominent in the latest version of the Apache Web server, released over the weekend. Apache HTTP Server 2.0.49 is available for download and enterprises are urged to upgrade to the latest version of the ubiquitous Web server. According to Netcraft, Apache has close to 70% market share.

    Two flaws could lead to denial-of-service conditions on the server while the third could open the door to exploits of certain terminal emulators, the Apache Software Foundation said in an alert.

    Linux distributors like Red Hat have already folded in the fixes into their enterprise distributions.

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