Project description.

The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT.

The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards

Apache 2.0.52 Changelog
  • Use HTML 2.0
    for error pages. PR 30732 [André Malo]
  • Fix the global mutex crash when the global mutex is never allocated due to disabled/empty caches. [Jess Holle ]
  • Fix a segfault in the LDAP cache when it is configured switched off. [Jess Holle ]
  • SECURITY: CVE-2004-0811 (cve.mitre.org) Fix merging of the Satisfy directive, which was applied to the surrounding context and could allow access despite configured authentication. PR 31315. [Rici Lake ]
  • Fix the handling of URIs containing %2F when AllowEncodedSlashes is enabled. Previously, such urls would still be rejected. [Jeff Trawick, Bill Stoddard]
  • mod_mem_cache: Fixed race condition causing segfault because of memory being freed twice, or reused after being freed. [J. Clar, W. Stoddard, G. Ames]
  • Add -l option to rotatelogs to let it use local time rather than UTC. PR 24417. [Ken Coar, Uli Zappe ]
  • mod_log_config: Fix a bug which prevented request completion time from being logged for I_INSIST_ON_EXTRA_CYCLES_FOR_CLF_COMPLIANCE processing. PR 29696. [Alois Treindl ]