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Re: apache2, php and SSL
From: Mathieu Carbou <carbou.mathieu () courrier uqam ca>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 17:18:26 -0400

I don't think it's "unsecure" : many web servers uses the last apache 2.0, the last php version ans openssl version.

The main difference between using apache 2.0 or 1.3 is just that the latter has been tested hardly in real production environment and is known to work very well.

But all depends on your needs...

Mathieu.

Sven Riedel wrote:

Hi,
I've heard several times that the above combination is supposed to be
unsecure and best avoided. Could anyone elaborate on why this is
unsecure?

Regs,
Sven


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