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Apache Week issue 235

Apache Week issue 235

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Feb 20, 2001


The latest edition of Apache Week continues the Under Development section with information about getting Apache 2.0 running at www.apache.org, the new release procedure, a security flaw in version 1.3 fixed and old code removed from the Apache 2.0 repository.

"Martin Kraemer has unearthed and fixed a security flaw in Apache 1.3 which was originally discovered and supposedly fixed earlier last year. The problem is found on some platforms where a GET request with a certain number of repeated '/' characters in the URI will give a directory index response rather than the correct page. The fix has been checked-in, and a 1.3.18 release has been tentatively scheduled for this weekend." The latest edition of Apache Week continues the Under Development section with information about getting Apache 2.0 running at www.apache.org, the new release procedure, a security flaw in version 1.3 fixed and old code removed from the Apache 2.0 repository.

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