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Basic Apache Security Measures

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While running a HTTP server such as Apache, there is a few steps an administrator has to take in order not to get easily hacked. The very basic one is to hide from the outside which software version and operating system version are running.
 read more | score:6961 | -chantra, August 6, 2006
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