New bunch of security flaws found in Apache web server

Nicholas Fearn
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Users won't be tickled by the latest batch of Apache security bugs
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Users won't be tickled by the latest batch of Apache security bugs

Plethora of fresh vulnerabilities identified in the Apache web server

Users are being warned about a series of security flaws in the open-source Apache web server, which are so fresh they haven't even been categorised yet. The vulnerabilities, included in the latest US-Cert...

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