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SearchWebManagement: Apache 2.0.36: Who needs it?

SearchWebManagement: Apache 2.0.36: Who needs it?

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted May 14, 2002


"Apache Web server fans needn't race out and upgrade to the latest version of the open source Web server."

"... Users should only be concerned with upgrading for two reasons: if you're encountering a bug that has been fixed in the latest version or if there's a security hole that needs to be patched, according to Bloom." Users should only be concerned with upgrading for two reasons: if you're encountering a bug that has been fixed in the latest version or if there's a security hole that needs to be patched, according to Bloom. ... And there have been no known security holes detected in the 2.0 series to date.

"And there have been no known security holes detected in the 2.0 series to date."

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