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Release Notes: Fixes for a security vulnerability noted in CAN-2002-0840 regarding a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the default error page when using wildcard DNS and prevented POST requests for CGI scripts from serving the source code when DAV is enabled on the location.

  •  24 Sep 2002 23:48

Release Notes: This is primarily a bugfix release, including updates to the experimental caching module, the removal of several memory leaks, and fixes for several segfaults, one of which could have been used as a denial-of-service against mod_dav.

Release Notes: This version of Apache is principally a security and bugfix release. It fixes the serious vulnerability noted in CAN-2002-0661, which affects the Win32, OS/2, and Netware ports, as well as the pair of path exposures noted in CAN-2002-0654 (

Release Notes: This version of Apache is principally a security and bugfix release. Of particular note is that 2.0.39 addresses and fixes the issues noted in CAN-2002-0392 ( [CERT VU#944335] regarding a vulnerability in the handling of chunked transfer encoding.

Release Notes: Made major MPM (Multi-Processing Module)cleanups and fixes, and some Win32 changes and corrections.

Release Notes: This is the initial, stable release of the Apache 2.0 series. Compared to the 1.3 series, Apache 2.0 offers higher performance, better scalability, integrated SSL and WebDAV support, improved HTTP proxy support, and I/O layering and filtering.

  •  22 Mar 2002 18:01

Release Notes: A lot of bugfixes and feature enhancements.

  •  25 Jan 2002 06:47

Release Notes: This version includes a couple of minor changes and numerous improvements of the mod_proxy module.

  •  12 Oct 2001 12:25

No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  19 May 2001 18:23

Release Notes: A lot of Win32 fixes.


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