The Apache Software Foundation has released version 2.2.20 of the Apache HTTP Server, which includes a fix for the DDoS bug that was spotted being exploited in the wild through the "Apache Killer" tool nearly a week ago.
The developers behind the open source Apache Foundation issued a warning for all users of the Apache HTTPD Web Server, as an attack tool it has been made available on the Internet and has already been spotted being actively used.
The Apache HTTP Server Project released version 2.2.17 that fixes three security vulnerabilities. expat DoS A buffer over-read flaw was found in the bundled expat library.
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