Questions about the security of Apache open source software, especially Apache HTTP Server

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ssl client authentication: check only one certificate VS certs signed from a ca

i'm about to secure a webservice with client authentication. (apache2, mod_ssl, openssl). from what i googled, i found that it's more common to have a ca, which signs the client certs, which will ...
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Someone is making this request to the php cgi on by apache2 server, what does it mean do? [duplicate]

These are the query parameters the hacker is trying to POST: ...
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Strange activity on Apache httpd access log [duplicate]

I have set up an Apache/2.2.22 (Debian) Server on my Rasberry Pi. Looking at my access.log, I see a bit of strange activity consisting mostly of GETs, which is quite disconcerting as I am a complete ...
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WSO 2.5 Found on Apache

I have found on my web server the file wp-conf.php which when you call it from the browser with a url parameter like wp-conf.php?t7831n=any value shows an interface where you can control the entire ...
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What security concerns exist in running a glassfish app directly on port 443

I have installed Apache http server in front of glassfish based on recommendations i had in this question. I have been told that i will run into performance problems along with security issues. I was ...
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Incorrect file permissions for LAMP [closed]

I have installed Apache 2.4.6 on my server and have the following virtual host config: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost ServerName foobar1.com DocumentRoot ...
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Prevent URL manipulations including /proc and /etc with fail2ban

I get many attacks on my debian apache server that include URL-manipulations like http://url_on_my_eserver/?username=/etc/passwd How can I block these attacks?
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How to exploit a local file inclusion vulnerability in a Solaris server [closed]

I am trying to exploit a local file inclusion vulnerability on a Solaris server for my security course. The server is running Apache2 through CoolStack. What is the file that I need to open? The ...
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My VPS has been shut down now again for the second time for TOS violations, and I really need some help. [closed]

My VPS has been shut down now again for the second time for TOS violations (email spam), and I really need some help. I have been battling with my server being attacked for over a year now. Most of my ...
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LAMP Stack Tiers - why?

What are the vulnerabilities mitigated by a tiered LAMP stack? As I understand it, any breach would allow access to the database even if it was tiered. What's the benefit? Are we better to ...
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Cross-site request forgery attack. How can we stopped this? [closed]

On one of our websites, we are seeing this code is adding itself. I tried to figured out but no success. One thing I have noticed when I removed the html, head and body starting tags, it's gone. Our ...
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Exploiting tomcat's vulnerability CVE-2009-2693 Arbitrary file deletion and/or alteration on deploy [closed]

For some tests, I want to exploit tomcat 6 vulnerability CVE-2009-2693. You can see it here http://tomcat.apache.org/security-6.html I am trying this with insecure web application of OWASP. I made ...